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Kansas state Sen. Stephanie Clayton was elected as a Republican in Nov., 2018, but has since left and joined the Democrats. Two other former Republicans, Sen. Dinah Sykes and Sen. Barbara Bollier, have done the same. Nicholas Clayton/AP hide caption

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These 3 Former Kansas Republicans Say They No Longer Felt At Home In The GOP

As lawmakers returned to the Kansas state capitol this year, three seats won by Republicans are now in the hands of Democrats. That's after three suburban Republican women left the GOP.

Lara (Victor Polster) is impatient to become the girl she knows herself to be, in Lukas Dhont's Girl. Netflix hide caption

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'Girl': Belgian Drama About A Young Trans Ballet Student Is On Point

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Kansas state Sen. Stephanie Clayton was elected as a Republican in Nov., 2018, but has since left and joined the Democrats. Two other former Republicans, Sen. Dinah Sykes and Sen. Barbara Bollier, have done the same. Nicholas Clayton/AP hide caption

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These 3 Former Kansas Republicans Say They No Longer Felt At Home In The GOP

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For the 2010 census, the Census Bureau director took a dog sled to complete his trip to Noorvik, Alaska. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Why The U.S. Census Starts In Alaska's Most Remote, Rural Villages

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Florence Price was the first African-American woman to have her music performed by a major symphony orchestra. Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries hide caption

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Revisiting The Pioneering Composer Florence Price

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