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Books · Nashville

Tennessee library offering limited edition ‘banned books’ card

55% Left coverage: 22 sources
Nashville Public Library wants to distribute 5,000 "I read banned books" library cards. The library's online catalog offers the American Library Association's top 25 books. The list includes the seven books in the Harry Potter series and To Kill a Mockingbird. The campaign ends May 26.See the Story
US & Canada · Dover

Delaware university to file civil rights complaint over lacrosse team’s bus search

71% Left coverage: 7 sources
Delaware State University has filed a formal complaint with the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice. Georgia police stopped and searched the women's lacrosse team bus for drugs. Video taken by one of the lacrosse players on board shows sheriff's deputies in Georgia telling the student athletes to fess up if they have drugs.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

More than 30 Senate Democrats call for Biden to take action to protect abortion access

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Thirty-four senators signed the letter, which called on the president to take immediate action. The letter, led by Senator Patty Murray of Washington, emphasized the urgency of the issue. The White House press secretary said that Mr. Biden would continue seeking legal advice about what executive actions he could take.See the Story

Senate Health committee advances bills expanding insurance, Medicaid coverage

Delaware's Senate Health and Human Services committee voted to release bills that would expand Medicaid coverage for postpartum mothers. Bill would require insurers to cover an annual mental health checkup for all insured Delawareans. A separate bill making its way through House committees would scale back the reporting requirements for physicians seeking treatment for depression and other treatable mental illnesses.See the Story
Wilmington, Delaware · Wilmington

Delaware’s largest outdoor cultural festival is back in full swing

The St. Anthony’s Italian Festival in Wilmington is back in full swing after 2 years of the pandemic almost completely halting operations.See the Story
Wilmington, Delaware · Wilmington

Wilmington Councilmembers push for gun reform in Public Safety Committee meeting

Wilmington's Public Safety Committee is urging state lawmakers to pass gun reform legislation before the session is over at the end of the month. The Committee convened on Monday night to discuss two resolutions. One resolution asks the General Assembly to back a measure allowing Wilmington to make its own rules and laws about gun usage.See the Story

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