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Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Ill., is prepared to help students isolate if they test positive for monkeypox. Courtesy of Lake Forest College hide caption

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How colleges are preparing for a new public health threat: monkeypox

The risk of contracting monkeypox is still low in the U.S., but colleges are already seeing cases.

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How colleges are preparing for a new public health threat: monkeypox

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A controversial legal theory about the power state legislatures have over federal election rules has been backed by the conservative Honest Elections Project, which has filed multiple U.S. Supreme Court briefs on the topic, including one for a 2020 case about mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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This conservative group helped push a disputed election theory

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