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Andrew Mitchell, 19, poses Nov. 3 outside Arlington Heights Elementary School. “Law and order are at stake for me. I’ve seen a lot of civil unrest around the country and in places like Chicago," Mitchell said. "The main issues for me are school indoctrination and the economy."

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More than 45 people attended a virtual press conference held by the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition, a multidisciplinary group of graduate workers fighting for better working conditions.

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Bivianna Torres points at her tamales Sept. 26 outside Bloomingfoods East. “I’m working on a COVID schedule by COVID rules,” Torres said.

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Bivianna Torres hands a tamale to a customer Sept. 26 outside Bloomingfoods East. Torres said the pandemic has slashed business nearly in half for her.

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Bivianna Torres prepares tamales Sept. 26 in the parking lot of Bloomingfoods East. Torres said she has had to make difficult adjustments due to the coronavirus pandemic, including laying off employees and selling more tamales frozen, but hopes business will get better in the next year.

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