Struggling Latino students should be priority, leaders say | Health and fitness

PHOENIX (AP) — Latino students should be a priority for federal funding after falling behind during the coronavirus pandemic despite notable educational gains in recent decades, leaders of the largest advocacy and advocacy group said Monday American Hispanic Civil Rights. “There is funding there,” said Amalia Chamorro, who oversees education policy at UnidosUS, formerly the … Read more

Report: Cuomo wrongly used state resources to promote book | health and fitness

By MAYSOON KHAN – Associated Press / Reportage for America ALBANY, NY (AP) — Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo improperly used state resources for a book he was given $5.1 million to write, according to a report by a law firm. New York’s soon-to-be-disbanded ethics commission, the Joint Commission on Public Ethics, voted on … Read more

Passionate Biden signs abortion access ordinance | Health, Medicine and Fitness

By SEUNG MIN KIM, ZEKE MILLER and CHRIS MEGERIAN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday condemned the “extreme” majority of the Supreme Court that ended a constitutional right to abortion and launched an impassioned plea for Americans upset by the decision to “vote, vote, vote, vote” in November. Under mounting … Read more

Passionate Biden signs abortion access ordinance | Health and fitness

By SEUNG MIN KIM, ZEKE MILLER and CHRIS MEGERIAN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday condemned the “extreme” majority of the Supreme Court that ended a constitutional right to abortion and launched an impassioned plea for Americans upset by the decision to “vote, vote, vote, vote” in November. Under mounting … Read more

Report: Cuomo wrongly used state resources to promote book | health and fitness

By MAYSOON KHAN – Associated Press / Report for America ALBANY, NY (AP) — Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo improperly used state resources for a book he was given $5.1 million to write, according to a report by a law firm. New York’s soon-to-be-disbanded ethics commission, the Joint Commission on Public Ethics, voted on … Read more

Passionate Biden signs abortion access ordinance | Health, Medicine and Fitness

By SEUNG MIN KIM, ZEKE MILLER and CHRIS MEGERIAN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday condemned the “extreme” majority of the Supreme Court that ended a constitutional right to abortion and launched an impassioned plea for Americans upset by the decision to “vote, vote, vote, vote” in November. Under mounting … Read more

Hofmeister and Stitt Advance in Oklahoma Governor’s Race | national news

By SEAN MURPHY – Associated Press Writer OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt and Democrat Joy Hofmeister easily won their respective primaries on Tuesday, both enjoying huge fundraising advantages over their opponents in a state where burning issues like abortion, guns and the death penalty are likely to be at the center of … Read more

Hofmeister and Stitt Advance in Oklahoma Governor’s Race | Government and politics

By SEAN MURPHY – Associated Press Writer OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt and Democrat Joy Hofmeister easily won their respective primaries on Tuesday, both enjoying huge fundraising advantages over their opponents in a state where burning issues like abortion, guns and the death penalty are likely to be at the center of … Read more

Hofmeister Wins Dem Nomination in Oklahoma Governor’s Race | Health and fitness

By SEAN MURPHY – Associated Press Writer OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister, a longtime Republican who switched parties last year, won the Democratic nomination Tuesday in the race for governor. Hofmeister defeated longtime Democratic Party activist and former state senator Connie Johnson in Tuesday’s primary. Hofmeister said she switched … Read more

Clergy of Color Face Unprecedented Mental Health Challenges | Health and fitness

By DEEPA BHARATH of The Associated Press and ADELLE BANKS of Religion News Service – Associated Press About two years ago, when coronavirus cases began to peak in her impoverished neighborhood of San Antonio, Reverend Norma Fuentes-Quintero found herself taking on an additional task: helping worshipers cope with anxiety. . The pastor, who leads the … Read more