Thursday, December 1, 2022

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Access to medication is key to HIV prevention, a Florida university uses a religious exemption to disband its faculty union, plus Nevada tribes and conservation leaders praise a new national monument plan.

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The House passed a bill to avert a crippling railroad strike, Hakeem Jefferies is chosen to lead House Democrats, and President Biden promises more federal-Native American engagement at the Tribal Nations Summit.

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The first-ever "trout-safe" certification goes to an Idaho fish farm, the Healthy Housing Initiative helps improve rural communities' livability, and a new database makes it easier for buyers and builders to find available lots.

Katherine Davis-Young

Katherine Davis-Young is a multimedia journalist based in Phoenix, Arizona. She has produced work for New England Public Radio, NPR, Southern California Public Radio, Reuters, Atlas Obscura, Religion News Service, Phoenix New Times, LA Weekly, and others, in addition to Public News Service. Davis-Young graduated from the USC Annenberg School of Journalism with an M.A. in Journalism. At USC she was the recipient of the competitive Annenberg Fellowship, the Hal Fishman Memorial Scholarship for journalism students from the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California, and the regional Mark of Excellence Award for radio news reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists.


Languages Spoken: Spanish, Hindi

Topic Expertise: Environment, social justice, arts

Local Expertise: Arizona, Nevada

Location: Phoenix, AZ

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In NV Politics, Public Lands Underscore Everything

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Election Day: More Polling Places on Nevada Tribal Lands

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Groups Sue Over Texas Border Wall Plans

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Nevada's Poorest People Pay State's Highest Taxes, Study Shows

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Events Promote Health Care for Utah's Latino Communities

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El uso de datos para mejorar la vida de los niños de Arizona

PHOENIX – Este mes se despliega la herramienta “MapLIT” del portal “Read On Arizona”, Leer en Arizona. La …


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