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WASHINGTON — Witnesses in a Tuesday hearing detailed to a U.S. Senate committee how investors and stagnant wages are driving an eviction and housing crisis across the U.S. The chair of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown, said that families are being priced out of buying homes, and rising […]

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General and school funds, the city's taxes and wages, and JMU polling places were the topics discussed at Tuesday's Harrisonburg City Council meeting.

College students commonly take part in internships to gain experience in their respective workforces, but oftentimes, these internships are unpaid. Businesses should pay interns for their labor, and refrain from only giving them menial or unimportant tasks.