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Access to Justice: Attend Court Via Zoom

Access to Justice: Attend Court Via Zoom

By: Janice Dantes   COVID-19 changed the world. It caused many places to close and altered how business is conducted throughout the world. It also changed the court system. Now, lawyers and litigants just need internet access and Zoom to ...

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You Should Know This American

You Should Know This American

By: Elaine Lehman   Alma Bowman, daughter of Filipina mother and U.S. military father, has been held by ICE in detention since 2017 and was slated for deportation on November 9, 2020. On November 2, it was reported that proceedings ...

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When Can I Get The Covid-19 Vaccine?

When Can I Get The Covid-19 Vaccine?

By: Melody Rabor-Dizon   As of date, the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to evolve, drug companies are racing who gets approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In Illinois alone, our numbers for Covid + patients rarely go below the ...

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Notebook

Notebook

By: Elsie Sy-Niebar   *NEWS report which says President Trump supports the $900 billion stimulus package touches the hearts of millions who lost their jobs due to Covid-19. *A heartfelt appeal to help the victims of typhoon’ULYSSES’ which left thousands ...

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Time Magazine Names First ‘Kid of the Year’

Time Magazine Names First ‘Kid of the Year’

Meet Gitanjali Rao, a 15-year-old scientist, and inventor from Lone Tree, Columbia. Instead of complaining about the damages of climate change and encouraging kids to skip school and protest, Rao has created some marvelous artificial intelligence and carbon nanotube sensor ...

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Philippines News Highlights of 2020

Philippines News Highlights of 2020

By: Bob Boyer   December is a good time to refl ect on the current year as we approach the holidays. In recent years I have used this column to refl ect on the articles I wrote in the past ...

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