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Justine Orr (right), program manager for Our Place Day Services, helps David Breuer chop tomatoes during a cooking class at the center north of Milwaukee. Nearly all the center's clients pay for services with funds from Medicaid. Sara Stathas for NPR hide caption

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Medicaid Cuts In Wisconsin Would Undermine Training For Adults With Disabilities

Job-coaching and other support services that enable many adults to live in the community instead of institutions will likely be curtailed if the GOP plan to shrink Medicaid becomes law.

The Dallas Street Choir, whose members are homeless, performs at the Winspear Opera House. The choir has embarked on an East Coast tour that includes a stop at Carnegie Hall. Colleen Kelley/Courtesy of the Dallas Street Choir hide caption

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The Dallas Street Choir Makes Historic Carnegie Hall Debut

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Jay Butera (left), a former businessman who now lobbies Congress to act on climate change, shakes hands with with a staff member of Citizens' Climate Lobby. Shawn Reeder/Courtesy Citizens Climate Lobby hide caption

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Climate Activists Court Hill Republicans With 'Civil Conversations'

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Maira, with attorney Shouan Riahi, waited more than two years to resolve her asylum case. Beth Fertig/WNYC hide caption

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N.Y. Immigration Courts Face 2-Year Delay After Judges Sent To The Border

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Justine Orr (right), program manager for Our Place Day Services, helps David Breuer chop tomatoes during a cooking class at the center north of Milwaukee. Nearly all the center's clients pay for services with funds from Medicaid. Sara Stathas for NPR hide caption

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Medicaid Cuts In Wisconsin Would Undermine Training For Adults With Disabilities

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South African legend Miriam Makeba performing at Zaire 74. The performances of the African artists on the 1974 music festival's lineup have been unearthed for a new live album. Courtesy of Stewart Levine hide caption

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Before The Rumble In The Jungle, Music Rang Out At Zaire 74

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