Weekly Picks: Nebraska Warms to Immigrants; Chicago’s Filthy Privatized Schools; Municipal Public Housing; a Data Bill of Rights; and more

Each week, David Morris, ILSR’s co-founder and distinguished fellow, culls the news for stories that illuminate the issues of the day and inform our work on local self-reliance. Look for these posts every Monday morning on ILSR.org and the landing page for David’s work, From the Desk of David Morris.

Desperate for Workers, Nebraska Warms to Undocumented Immigrants

Iowa Privatizes Medicaid. Everyone Suffers

We Need a Data Bill of Rights

Chicago Privatizes School Services. The Shit Almost Literally Hits the Fan

Lower Taxes Starve Teachers

Public Lands: The United States v. California

To Address the Housing Crisis, Build Municipal Public Housing

To Enable a Decentralized, Renewable Future, Hawaii Changes the Rules

In Michigan Prison Food Privatization is No Longer in Favor

Privatize Prisons? Berks County Officials Face a Difficult Decision

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