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A new study by Match in partnership with Indiana University researchers includes the first comprehensive research findings showing the impact of recent abortion rulings and legislation on American singles.
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John Talbott is director of the Center for Education and Research in Retail and a senior lecturer at the IU Kelley School of Business. Before coming to IU, he was a chief executive with extensive experience in retail. He can comment on how supply chain issues and record-high inflation may impact Black Friday shopping. 

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Americans are set to determine who controls Congress as they head to the polls for the first general election during President Joe Biden’s administration, shaping the future of his legislative success. Indiana University experts are available to discuss the issues mobilizing voters, as well as the election process.

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