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  • Spring 2019
  • Who is Generation Z
  • How Ohio Brought Fairness to Payday Loans
  • When the Sea Runs Dry: One Fishing Community's Story
  • Knowledge Borne of Challenging Times
  • A New Perspective on Mangroves
  • Noteworthy
  • Western Australia Commits to Historic National Parks Expansion
  • How the Census Will Reach the New Urban Millennials
  • Prison, Probation, and Parole Reforms: the Texas Model
  • Two Indigenous Cultures Bond Over a Shared Approach to Conservation
  • Tainted Dietary Supplements Put Consumers at Risk
  • When It Comes to Conserving Canada’s Boreal Forest, Caribou Are Key
  • Pew-Templeton Project Seeks Answers About Faith
  • Progress on State Public Pension Reforms
  • Return on Investment
  • Improving Public Policy
  • Informing the Public
  • Invigorating Civic Life
  • Americans Still Like Their News on TV
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How Ohio Brought Fairness to Payday Loans

by Charles Babington

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Carl Ruby knew his hometown of Springfield, Ohio, had plenty of problems, but one thing in particular caught his eye about three years ago. He counted five McDonald’s restaurants in the town of roughly 60,000 people—and 18 payday lending stores.

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When the Sea Runs Dry: One Fishing Community's Story

by Carol Kaufmann

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Once home to the world’s most abundant fish stocks, the waters of West Africa have fallen prey to overfishing by industrial trawlers, devastating places such as Joal-Fadiouth.

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