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Efforts to stamp out child labor have opposite effect

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Child welfare | Banning child labor in developing countries may increase the number of child laborers, especially in poor families, according to a National Bureau of Economic…

Marijuana hits mainstream in polls

Marijuana hits mainstream in polls

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Culture | Support for marijuana legalization is on the rise, even among Independents, the elderly, and Christians, according to recent surveys.   For the…

Screen time limits: Common sense but not common practice

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Technology | Kids now spend more of their waking hours consuming media from their  smartphones, TVs, and computers than any other activity, including attending…

Rise in IVF popularity leaves thousands of babies in limbo

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Family | More women are using donated eggs for in vitro fertilization (IVF) and more healthy babies are being born through the process, according to a study released…

Study: Growing up in gay families hamstrings kids in school

Study: Growing up in gay families hamstrings kids in school

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Homosexuality | A new Canadian study challenges the mainstream insistence that children living with same-sex couples are “no different” than children living with married,

College-bound students unprepared for college course work

College-bound students unprepared for college course work

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Education | Less than half of students who take the SAT are ready for college, according to a report released last week by the College Board. Of the 1.6 million students…

California school district backs off flagpole prayer ban

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Free Speech | A California school district attempted to stop its teachers from attending the “See You at the Pole” (SYATP) student-led prayer gathering this week,

Big brother, big principal?

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Education | To reduce teen suicide, cyberbullying, and substance abuse, a Los Angeles-area school district plans to monitor its students’ social media activity, raising…

Fewer babies but not necessarily less sex for teens

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Family | The teen birth rate in the United States has dropped to a historic low, according to preliminary 2012 data released last week by the Centers for Disease…

Amish parents losing fight to refuse child’s chemotherapy

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Family | An Amish couple are battling an Ohio hospital for the right to stop chemotherapy treatment for their 10-year-old daughter.  Akron Children’s Hospital…

Denver smoke out ends in shootout

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Crime | Denver’s first legal 4/20 marijuana rally ended Saturday as gunfire erupted and panicked crowds scattered. The unknown assailant shot three people, none of…

High on committee meetings

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Law | BOULDER, Colo.—Last November, 55 percent of voting Colorado citizens said yes to Amendment 64, decriminalizing the use and limited possession of marijuana…

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