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Election reform passed the House but likely doomed in the Senate

Last night, the US House of Representatives passed the For the People Act (H.R.1), which was first introduced in January, 2019, and seeks to address voter suppression, campaign finance reform, and gerrymandering.

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Four Women Olympians Working to Break the Mold of Media Coverage in Sports

Four US Olympians have joined forces to start a new company. Sue Bird, Alex Morgan, Simone Manuel, and Chloe Kim are working together to boost attention on women in sports and the media. They announced the company, TOGETHXR, on Tuesday. They say the company is a media and commerce company for Gen Z and young millennial women.

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Earthquake Hits New Zealand

On Friday, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the east of New Zealand’s North Island. A tsunami warning was then issued, but it was later withdrawn. However, residents are advised to be alert.

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South Korea’s first transgender soldier, Byun Hui-soo, found dead

South Korea’s first transgender soldier, 23-year-old Byun Hui-Soo (변희수), was found dead in her home on March 3 by the Sangdanggu National Mental Health Center. Although the cause of her …

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House passes The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act

On Wednesday, March 3, the House passed a police reform bill that would ban chokeholds, prohibit no-knock warrants, and overhaul qualified immunity for officers. It would also establish a national registry of police misconduct to be managed by the Department of Justice, which would be huge in eliminating ‘bad apples’ from the police force.

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The Washington Football Team rebrand continues

After over 50 years, the Washington Football Team has ended its cheerleader program, which will be replaced with a more inclusive coed dance team. This move comes with a much larger wave of rebranding of the team that started last July when the team announced they were replacing their former name and logo.

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