S. Korean volunteers make homemade masks for needy

now we have been reporting all week about the shortage of protective face masks here in South Korea citizens look to protect themselves from the corona virus to help more people get hold of something something at least any way to cover their mouth and nose volunteers from around the country are getting out their own sewing machines to make […]

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Rural Co-Ops & the Energy Transition Act, Indian Child Welfare Act & Firefighter Shortage | Preview

>>Funding for New Mexico in Focus, provided by the McCune Charitable Foundation, and Viewers Like You.>>THIS WEEK ON NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS… THE STATE’S SWEEPING NEW ENERGY LAW IS FOCUSED ON P-N-M. BUT HOW DOES IT IMPACT RURAL ELECTRIC CO-OPS?>>WE have very strong, probably the strongest, mandates in the country right now in terms of changing how we get our […]

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Is corporate welfare worth it? (1995) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello, I’m Ben Wattenberg. The new Congress is trying to cut the budget, and some observers are saying that if the budget cutters are really serious, they must cut welfare — corporate welfare. They say it’s time to take business off the dole. Others say the government needs to invest in our economy today more than ever. Joining […]

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Psychologists: Migrant Parents Reunited with Detained Children Must Brace for Trauma & Long Recovery

For more on the psychological impacts family separation has on young children, we’re joined by Dr. Nancy Burke. Dr. Nancy Burke is a psychoanalyst and a co-chair of the Psychotherapy Action Network, which has helped to publish a pamphlet aimed at helping immigrant parents separated from their children understand their different children who return. She’s on the faculty of the […]

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