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  • A Cross(ing) to Bear

    “We’ve got to be looking at all of the crosswalk buttons to make sure that they’re meeting accessibility standards and that they’re indeed accessible. We have to prioritize that.”
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  • The Future of Private Prisons

    In the shadow of the continuing controversy over for-profit incarceration, the last private lockup in Idaho has been quietly doing its work in the desert outside Kuna.

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    The book represents the first time non-academics will have the chance to peer into ancient Egypt's "life of the mind, as expressed in the written word."
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