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President Joe Biden says he wants most schools serving kindergarten through eighth grade to reopen by late April, but even if that happens, it is likely to leave out millions of students, many of them minorities in urban areas.

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A. No one knows what the economics of baseball might be when the current labor deal expires after the 2021 season. Do fans come back to the ballpark, and if so, how many will be allowed? Does the acceleration of cord-cutting during the pandemic mean baseball teams can no longer count on ever-rising riches from regional sports networks? How valuable are streaming rights? Without those answers, either side would risk making a foolish deal - and the union cannot risk another one.

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A. No, they hated it. Revenue sharing is anathema to the union, which believes there is a slippery slope from revenue sharing to a salary cap. More importantly, it could take months of forensic accounting for both sides to determine and define revenue.

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In his Feb 27. commentary (“Raising the price on school and road construction”), Chris Braunlich attacks bills pending in the Virginia General…

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