Good Tuesday morning.
Welcome to today’s selection of articles.
As always, your comments both encouraged and welcome.
✔From the Internal Revenue Service: Section 45S Employer Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave FAQs Stay tuned. More information from the IRS to follow. IRS faq
✔From the BBC: The veggie burger that bleeds when you cut it” Comments? Vegan Burger
✔From the New York Times: Sex Abuse Scandal Casts Shadow Over Nobel Prize for Literature Is our society at a turning point? Comments? Nobel I
✔From PBS Newshour: 2018 could be the first year in decades with no Nobel Prize in literature A follow-up to my earlier Post. Comments? Nobel II
✔May 3, 2018 is World Press Freedom Day. From the United Stations : World Press Freedom Day 3 May What’s your opinion about the role and state of a free press? World Press
✔From Reuters: Exclusive: Democrats lose ground with millennials – Reuters/Ipsos poll Comments? Millennials
✔From the Daily Beast: The Fake News Epidemic in Health It’s never been easier to get health information. It’s also never been more wrong Comments? Like the article? Read the book.. Fake Med. News
✔From Pro Publica: How to Wrestle Your Data from Data Brokers, Silicon Valley — and Cambridge Analytica: It can be done but it’s not easy. Helpful? Comments? Get Data?
✔Learn about The National Memorial for Peace and Justice which opens this week from The Montgomery Advertiser: Path of reconciliation: A walk through the nation’s first lynching memorial The National Memorial for Peace and Justice. Reflections? Peace and Justice Memorial
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