UPDATED: New Jersey Law Enforcement Unions Consider Biden’s Police Reform Plans

By Sophia Solano While Democrats rallied across the country to celebrate a Joe Biden victory in the days following the election, police union members garnered a more somber attitude. Having endorsed Donald Trump for the presidency, police unions began to consider what a Biden administration might mean for policing across the country. The Fraternal OrderContinue reading “UPDATED: New Jersey Law Enforcement Unions Consider Biden’s Police Reform Plans”

New Jersey Law Enforcement Unions Voice Concern over Biden’s Police Reform Plans

By Sophia Solano While Democrats rallied across the country to celebrate a Joe Biden victory in the days following the election, police union members garnered a more somber attitude. Having endorsed Donald Trump for the presidency, police unions began to fear what a Biden administration might mean for policing across the country. The Fraternal OrderContinue reading “New Jersey Law Enforcement Unions Voice Concern over Biden’s Police Reform Plans”

New Jersey voters report troubles with mail-in voting

By Sophia Solano Some New Jersey voters are experiencing problems receiving or returning their mail-in ballots amidst misinformation, according to voters. New Jersey, which has historically been a solidly Democratic state, has about 6 million eligible voters. This is the state’s first time employing a hybrid mail-in voting system for a general election. To minimizeContinue reading “New Jersey voters report troubles with mail-in voting”

UPDATED: Department of Energy’s biological research and development team brief House committee on coronavirus research

Mary Maxon of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory briefs House committee on COVID-19 research  By Sophia Solano Members of the Department of Energy’s biological research and development team briefed a House Science, Space and Technology subcommittee Sept. 11 on scientific progress since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, making the case for continued financial support toContinue reading “UPDATED: Department of Energy’s biological research and development team brief House committee on coronavirus research”

New Jersey public schools reopen despite concerns about health and safety from state teacher’s unions – UPDATED

By Sophia Solano New Jersey public schools reopened in-person this month amidst challenges regarding working conditions related to coronavirus after a summer of calls for virtual learning from the state’s teacher’s union. Since most New Jersey schools are back in session, the union can do little to sway the New Jersey Department of Education toContinue reading “New Jersey public schools reopen despite concerns about health and safety from state teacher’s unions – UPDATED”

DOE’s biological research and development team brief House committee on coronavirus research

Mary Maxon of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory briefs House committee on groundbreaking COVID-19 research By Sophia Solano Members of the Department of Energy’s biological research and development team briefed a House Science, Space and Technology subcommittee Sept. 11 on scientific progress since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, making the case for continued financial supportContinue reading “DOE’s biological research and development team brief House committee on coronavirus research”

New Jersey public schools reopen despite concerns about health and safety from state teacher’s unions

By Sophia Solano New Jersey public schools reopened in-person this month amidst challenges related to coronavirus after a summer of calls for virtual learning from the state’s teacher’s union. Every school district was required to choose for itself what this school year would look like in terms of in-person, remote, or hybrid models of learning,Continue reading “New Jersey public schools reopen despite concerns about health and safety from state teacher’s unions”

President of AU’s largest libertarian group speaks to upcoming election

By Sophia Solano Noah Vehafric, president of American University’s chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, advocates for economic liberty in his community and beyond this election season.  A junior studying Communications, Legal Studies, Economics and Law, Vehafric identifies as a libertarian and heads the largest student coalition of libertarians at AU. He is concerned aboutContinue reading “President of AU’s largest libertarian group speaks to upcoming election”

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