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Friday, March 31, 2023

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Bloomberg Law | Female justices still interrupted at argument, but Barrett less (Tonja Jacobi writes) 

Forbes | What does it mean to say medical test is ‘sensitive’ or ‘specific’? (Stefan Tigges research cited)

CNBC | Trump can still run for office even if he’s under indictment, political scientist says (Andra Gillespie interviewed)

WANF-TV 📺 | Trump expected to turn himself in early next week, lawyers say (Kay Levine interviewed)

WAGA-TV 📺 | Will Trump's indictment in New York impact Georgia's 2020 election probe? (Kay Levine interviewed)

WKRG Pensacola | Dept. of Veteran Affairs, Emory Healthcare team up to provide resources for post-9/11 veterans in Alabama (Emory Healthcare program featured, Barbara Rothbaum quoted)

Higher Education

Wall Street Journal | Americans are losing faith in college education, WSJ-NORC poll finds

Higher Ed Dive | College applicants still aren’t submitting SAT, ACT scores at pre-pandemic levels

Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription required) | This Ohio bill wouldn’t just ban diversity training. It would reshape Higher Ed.

General Health/Health Care

NBC | ‘We have arrived in the post-antibiotic era’: WHO warns of too few new drugs for deadly superbugs

Associated Press | Gun injuries surged during pandemic, CDC study shows

USA Today | Magnesium is more popular than ever. But can it help you sleep better at night?

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