Adam Gross, the new executive director of the Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability, now has a pivotal job that can do much to help Chicago solve its most vexing problem — gun violence.
Even with the end of the government paying extended unemployment benefits and corporations rapidly raising wages, the labor shortage continues unabated.
Injustice still exists in courtrooms and classrooms across the country and across history that has roots in the juvenile justice system.
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- World leaders have done a lousy job of following their own rules. None worse than Boris Johnson.
- Injustice still exists in courtrooms and classrooms across the country and across history that has roots in the juvenile justice system.
- Animals are depopulated only in response to emergencies that pose severe threats to animal health and welfare, public health and/or the environment.
- Even with the end of the government paying extended unemployment benefits and corporations rapidly raising wages, the labor shortage continues unabated.
- Adam Gross, the new executive director of the Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability, now has a pivotal job that can do much to help Chicago solve its most vexing problem — gun violence.
- Law enforcement agencies have been fighting the drug war for decades, with no record of success. But that doesn’t stop politicians from claiming that tougher policies are still the only answer.
- Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot tests positive for COVID-19 in wake of Chicago Public Schools drama, further proof the coronavirus won’t bend to our will. America needs patience.
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- In an instant, Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the General Assembly could fix all of Chicago’s school problems, including the risk of future walkouts, with legislation to authorize school choice and reconstitute CPS.
- Although the rusty patched bumblebee’s population has declined by 87%, federal officials have consistently refused to do what it takes to reverse this bee’s plunge toward extinction.
- Children need to be exposed to the arts early and often. It takes more than one arts experience for children to understand that theater doesn’t always originate as a Disney movie.
- The Biden administration, alongside our allies, championed a commitment to vaccinating 70% of the world; achieving this goal requires additional funding.
- Mt. Greenwood Elementary teachers who defied the CTU and showed up for work understand that membership in the union shouldn’t require blind loyalty.
- When we all thought school would finally return to normal, the Chicago Teachers Union shut schools down again. This shutdown restricts student learning and damages our mental health.
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- CPS and CTU leadership took what were understandable concerns among teachers and completely bungled the response.
- When policymakers have periodically scaled back the influx of foreign laborers, Black Americans’ earnings have soared — only to fall again once our leaders turn the immigration spigots back on.
- As medical facilities are forced to triage care, they alone should make calls about providing care, rather than politicians.
- There is something very easy that we can do to directly help people who will likely suffer from domestic violence and abuse. We can make sure that Illinois joins the 42 other states that allow victims/survivors to opt out of billing their private insurance for medical forensic exams.
- One attainable goal of President Joe Biden’s Cuba policy should be to focus on solving the food crisis in the island nation.