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By Eric Chesterton Friday's Indians game was postponed due to rain, but first baseman Carlos Santana didn't need a baseball game to have a successful day. That morning, he was sworn in as a U.S. citizen at a courthouse in downtown Cleveland. Santana and teammate...read more
April 19th, 2019 By Sampan Lowell — In the face of national hostility to immigrants, two nonprofit organizations are partnering to ensure that Lowell residents understand and have access to the path to citizenship. This partnership is made possible by the generous...read more
By Stanford University April 15th, 2019 When the "nudge" first appeared on the policymaking scene, it struck many as an ideal tool. Unlike traditional interventions aiming to improve people's behavior, a nudge is low-cost, non-coercive, and less likely to have...read more
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