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50 African Leaders Coming to White House Summit: GW Experts Available for Analysis

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Appeals Court Rules Virginia Same-Sex Marriage Ban Unconstitutional - Experts Needed

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Dartmouth Pediatrician Urges Passage of Senate's Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act of 2014

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It Is Virtually Impossible for Congress to Sue Presidents – Villanova Prof Available for Comment on House Taking Steps to Sue Obama

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Report: Vulnerable Populations Disproportionately Affected by Food Security, Despite Public Programs

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Vulnerable populations such as children, the elderly, ethnic minorities, and low-income households are disproportionately affected by food security, despite the extensive private and public food safety net in the United States, according to a new report by RTI International.

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Weather Fluctuations Cause People to Seek Information on Climate Change

A URI researcher analyzed Internet search trends and weather patterns and has concluded that people across the United States seek information about climate change when they experience unusual or severe weather events in their area. But findings differed based on political ideology and education levels.

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Expert: #Wellesley Political Scientist @Hahriehan on #Grassroots Organizing; New Book Examines How Organizations Attract, Retain Activists

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Wellesley Expert for Comment on #SCOTUS #HobbyLobby Case

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‘Hobby Lobby’ Decision Will Have Far-Reaching Effects, Unintended Consequences

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Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Hobby Lobby case is the corporate equivalent of the road to Damascus, says Elizabeth Sepper, JD, professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis. "Many more corporations will find religion to opt out of regulation that affects their bottom line,” Sepper says. “Before Hobby Lobby, businesses lost claims to fire pregnant women, refuse to promote non-Christians, discriminate against gays, and pay below the minimum wage. “After Hobby Lobby, they seem likely to succeed."

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Texas Tech University Expert Available on Effects of Supreme Court Decision on Hobby Lobby’s Challenge to Affordable Care Act

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