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Federal judge blocks AZ law that 'disenfranchised' Native voters; government shutdown could cost U.S. travel economy about $1 Billion per week; WA group brings 'Alternatives to Violence' to secondary students.

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Senator Robert Menendez offers explanations on the money found in his home, non-partisan groups urge Congress to avert a government shutdown and a Nevada organization works to build Latino political engagement.

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An Indigenous project in South Dakota seeks to protect tribal data sovereignty, advocates in North Carolina are pushing back against attacks on public schools, and Arkansas wants the hungriest to have access to more fruits and veggies.

Andrea Sears

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Andrea Sears is a New York City-based broadcast journalist who comes to Public News Service from the storied WBAI, where she was the Evening News news editor and anchor for 20 years. She has also produced feature stories and documentaries for National Public Radio. Originally trained in sculpture and conceptual art at Rhode Island School of Design and Pratt Institute, in her spare time today Andrea is an avid motorcyclist and amateur singer/songwriter performing at open mic nights around New York City.


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