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[NBC] 'So much relief': South Dakota voters pass Medicaid expansion

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[Reuters] United Nations condemns Russia's move to annex parts of Ukraine

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[NBC] Democrats catch up to GOP on enthusiasm in final NBC News poll before midterms

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Marcel Paret PhD
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Associate Professor, Sociology Department at  University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT • United States English

Dr. Paret studies class, race, & citizenship impact on inequality & economic insecurity, also teaches & does local research of these issues in South Africa at the University of Johannesburg.

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