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Historic vote, stressed supply, and vaccine approved
VNN Weekly Digest September 20-26
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
Muscogee citizens constitutionally guarantee free press in historic vote
(MUSCOGEE NATION) For the first time in history, a Native American tribe has made free press part of their constitution. Muscogee Nation citizens voted in favor of the constitutional amendment on Saturday, September 18. The unofficial election results showed 1,914 (76.25 percent) voting “yes” for the amendment and 596 (23.75 percent) voting “no” for the amendment.
Climate change putting stress on food supply
(NATIONAL) As temperatures, unusual weather patterns, and drought frequency increase, so does talk about them and how they are affecting the food supply. Climate scientists say changes in climate are impacting agriculture both globally and in the United States.
Pfizer says its COVID vaccine is safe for kids 5 to 11
(NATIONAL) Pfizer and its partner BioNtech announced Monday that their COVID-19 is safe for kids between the ages of 5 and 11.
And next week's Green Country forecast:
Fall weather continues to elude with more heat on the way
Rain chances should begin to increase later Tuesday night, with the higher chances forecast for Wednesday into Thursday.
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