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Indicators Of The Year: #MeToo

Saturday, December 29th, 2018

3.7 percent

The #MeToo movement transformed the experience of women in the workplace. The strong job market helped some women feel secure enough to speak up, but for others it still doesn’t feel safe.

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Out Of Bankruptcy, Detroit Reaches Financial Milestone

Friday, December 28th, 2018

Four years after exiting the nation’s largest municipal bankruptcy, the city of Detroit has issued more than $100 million worth of bonds backed by its own credit instead of relying on the state.

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Small Modular Houses May Offer Alternatives To Older Adults

Thursday, December 27th, 2018

The University of Southern Indiana is experimenting with small houses designed for the elderly to maintain independence. The school is considering building an inter-generational village.

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‘Washington Post’ Sports Reporter Will Cover The 2020 Presidential Campaign

Thursday, December 27th, 2018

Washington Post reporter Chelsea Janes is switching from the Washington Nationals beat to the 2020 presidential campaign and discusses the differences and similarities of covering politics and sports.

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A Connecticut Cafe Provides Jobs For Adults With Disabilities

Wednesday, December 26th, 2018

Kim Morrison, right, co-owner of Beanz & Co. Cafe in Avon, Conn., with her employee, Nick Sinacori, as they serve customers during their opening week.

After the age of 21, adults with intellectual disabilities are aged out of programs designed to help them. A cafe in Connecticut was recently opened to provide employment and a gathering place.

(Image credit: David DesRoches/Connecticut Public Radio)

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