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The Need to Reframe Education Reform

The Need to Reframe Education Reform

Brief #58 – Education Policy
By Steve Piazza

In the United States, no single, comprehensive K-12 academic curriculum exists at the Federal level. The states maintain the authority to design and mandate systemic curricula, but even then there is no real consistency.

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Should There Be Term Limits For Members of Congress?

Should There Be Term Limits For Members of Congress?

Brief #197 – Civil Rights Policy
By Rodney A. Maggay

The United States Constitution describes the qualifications a person must have in order to be eligible to be a Representative in Article One, Section Two, Clause Two. And for Senators, the qualifications are described in Article One, Section Three, Clause Two. Minimum age limits and minimum years of citizenship, among other qualifications, are listed. But the last few decades have seen an interest in adding an interesting limitation – term limits for Members of Congress.

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Abortion Rights Prevent a “Red Wave”

Abortion Rights Prevent a “Red Wave”

Brief #150 – Health & Gender Policy
By Geoffrey Small

As the dust settles from the 2022 mid-term election, it’s clear that the threat to abortion rights helped galvanized activists into bringing the prospect of a “red wave” down to a small tidal shift in Republican representation. An Emerson College poll conducted in July already predicted a tightening of the races after the Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade.

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The Ukraine Crisis; Situation Update #16

The Ukraine Crisis; Situation Update #16

Brief #158 – Foreign Policy
By Ibrahim Sultan

Deadly missile strikes in Ukraine have made headlines in recent days for the widespread destruction and chaos being generated through their use. Last week a missile strike killed two civilians in Poland’s eastern region near its border with Ukraine.
The missiles were at first thought to have been fired by Russian forces, which would have indicated a Russian attack on a NATO member state. The situation created such panic that an emergency NATO roundtable was held on the sidelines of the G20 summit to address the attack.

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Abortion: How Abortion Rulings Could Affect Women in America

Abortion: How Abortion Rulings Could Affect Women in America

Brief #149 – Health & Gender
By Inijah Quadri

By basically overturning Roe v. Wade, six unelected Supreme Court judges took away the right of tens of millions of women to make their own decisions about their bodies. After their ruling, several areas in the United States were to be transformed into a dystopian nightmare of online tyranny, where even a Google search for “abortion medication” could be used as evidence against people seeking abortions.

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