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Which is weird, because lead causes brain damage in children.
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Immigrant parents "now have a direct voice to influence decisions that impact their children’s needs," an advocate said.
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The $3 million gift will fully pay for 30 students at the University of Houston's College of Medicine.
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Jesse Randall Davidson, 53, reportedly barricaded himself in an empty classroom and fired out the window.
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One winner, Jordan Thomas, said he "was determined to represent my city and my story."
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Camp director Tahsiyn A. Ismaa’eel believes city officials used a vaguely worded policy to keep her students out of the pool.
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Mental health workers are overstretched, and budgets are tight. But demand for care is soaring.
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The videos may show officers who've been criticized for failing to engage the alleged gunman.
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A dozen top schools, including five Ivy league institutions, said they plan to continue to use race as a factor in admissions to bolster diversity.
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Preschool state funding is up 47 percent in the past five years.
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