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EPA Samples Show How Bacteria Can Ruin a Day at the Beach

A significant percentage of beaches that surround the Great Lakes tested positive last year for potentially unsafe levels of bacteria.

SCOTUS Upends Consideration of Race in College Admissions

There's been widespread reaction to yesterday's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to restrict affirmative action in college admissions.

Cybersecurity Awareness: Staring Down ‘Social Engineering’ by Hackers

A local government official in Wisconsin is encouraging people not to let the helpful tips fade from their memories.

Social Security Benefits to See Big Jump, But Concerns, Debates Linger

Social Security benefits again could see their highest increase in several decades, but those advocating for beneficiaries in Wisconsin and elsewhere say there is still plenty of concern about financial hardships

Ways to Make Going Back to Office Less Stressful

It's important to identify those concerns and talk to your employer to find ways to help make a smoother transition back into the office.

Petition Pushes Congress to Lower Prescription Drug Prices

More than 126,000 Wisconsinites have signed an AARP petition urging Congress to lower prescription drug prices.

Opponents Say ‘No Tanks’ to Gas Storage Facilities

The public comment period has ended, but opponents of proposed natural gas storage facilities in southeastern Wisconsin still hope to convince state regulators to thwart the project

Biden Plans Include Water Infrastructure in Great Lakes States

The Great Lakes and their surrounding regions have seen federal investments for restoration efforts

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Tribal advocates keep up legal pressure for fair political maps

a national project on map fairness for Indigenous populations continues to fight for changes, with North Dakota at the center of the movement.
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Florida Wildlife Corridor study reveals role in climate resilience, population growth

a new study sheds light on the pivotal role of Florida's Wildlife Corridor in mitigating the effects of climate change coupled with a surge of new residents.

Get ahead of Tax Day: IRS introduces free tax-filing program

Florida residents can now file their simple income-tax forms for free and save time through the Internal Revenue Service's Direct File pilot program.

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Florida Wildlife Corridor study reveals role in climate resilience, population growth

a new study sheds light on the pivotal role of Florida's Wildlife Corridor in mitigating the effects of climate change coupled with a surge of new residents.

The National Learning Institute: A Guide to Lifelong Education

In this guide, we delve into the mission, programs, and impact of the National Learning Institute, exploring how it empowers learners to thrive in an ever-evolving world.