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Television news may seem old school for generations that don’t bother with cable subscriptions, but it’s still a powerful force behind a trending problem. In a retro twist, a new study in the July 15 issue of Science Advances finds that TV  may be a stronger driver of partisan news consumption among Americans than online news.

Though an overwhelming majority of white Americans support the DREAM Act, many of those same people are in favor of other policies that harm DREAMers and their families.

The release of the 2020 Census results will set off the redistricting of congressional, state and local voting districts, a process that often triggers legal disputes that are likely to be informed by electoral system experts researching the process.