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TIL During the 2000's, Google, Apple, Adobe, Intel, and several other mega corporations had a mutual agreement not to hire each other's employees in order to keep salaries low. This led to a 400 mil class action lawsuit. (www.npr.org)

The suit alleged Google, Apple Intel and Adobe agreed not to recruit each others employees in order to drive down wages.

This school board made news for banning books. Voters flipped it to majority Democrat (www.npr.org)

Meghan Budden’s family was considering moving if their Pennsylvania school district didn’t change course. She normally isn’t politically active, she said, but felt compelled to volunteer when a slate of Democrats launched bids to take back their school board in Central Bucks School District, just north of Philadelphia....

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