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Filibuster, cloture: US Senate rules featured in abortion debate

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Former Center Director Steven S. Smith quoted in Aljazeera

Video Clip: The American Rural Divide

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Weidenbaum Center Incoming Director Andrew Reeve's research mentioned on CSPAN - starts at 2:47 mark

Rules Are Overrated: My Son Is a Disruptor, So Am I

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Caitlyn Collins quoted in Psychology Today

Once Close Allies, Roberts and Alito Have Taken Divergent Paths

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Weidenbaum Center Faculty Research Fellow Lee Epstein quoted in The New York Times

DeSantis vs. Disney: Five ways the only-in-Florida political drama could play out

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Weidenbaum Center Research Fellow Gregory Magarian quoted in Tallahassee Democrat

Reeves looks forward to Weidenbaum Center’s next chapter

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As incoming director of the Weidenbaum Center, Andrew Reeves plans to further support researchers and build collaborations with campus and community partners.

Working While Black

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Adia Wingfield interviewed for Slate podcast

Jefferson Memorial at Missouri History Museum reinterpreted for 21st-century viewers

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Weidenbaum Center Public Policy Meeting Speaker Peter Kastor quoted in St. Louis Post Dispatch

WashU Expert: Florida’s attack on Disney violates the First Amendment

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Weidenbaum Center Research Fellow Gregory Magarian interviewed for The Source

What big data reveals about modern-day housing segregation

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Ariela Schachter interviewed on her Neighborhood Branding project in Ampersand

Perception matters: How fear about crime impacts presidential approval

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Incoming Center Director Andrew Reeves's research published in Public Opinion Quarterly

'I'm not exactly sure what took so long': Missouri struggles with Medicaid applications

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Weidenbaum Center Research Fellow Timothy McBride interviewed on St. Louis Public Radio