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Are Lawsuits the New Strategy for Fighting the Opiod Epidemic?

February 17, 2017

Almost every day, the news reports alarming statistics on opioid use.  In 2015, 229 individuals died from heroin and prescription overdoses in King County alone. The current opioid epidemic is straining the budgets of law enforcement and courts across the country.  Now the city of Everett, Washington has come up with a new strategy. On … Read more

University of Minnesota’s Immigration History Research Center Launches #ImmigrationSyllabus

February 17, 2017

Earlier this year, immigration historians from across the country launched #ImmigrationSyllabus, a website and educational resource to help the public understand the deep historical roots of today’s immigration debates. Created in partnership with the University of Minnesota’s Immigration History Research Center and the Immigration and Ethnic History Society and made available through the University of … Read more

Better Than Google? 7 Search Engines You Should Try

February 15, 2017

When you pop open your browser and prepare to do a web search, do you use Google? There is no argument about Google being a reliable and popular search engine. But if you are interested in one that suits your specific interest, search type, or desire to help others, then check out these awesome seven … Read more

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