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July 31, 2023

VPM News by Michael Pope

Advocates worry child poverty rates in Virginia are going to spike

Executive Director Kim Bobo comments on ways to decrease poverty through Virginia's policies.

July 31, 2023

Baptist News Global by Jeff Brumley

Virginia governor chided for saying immigrants bring drugs to his state

Faith Organizer Sheila Herlihy Hennessee quoted calling on the governor to live his faith along with our partners at the Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights

May 31, 2023

Richmond Times Dispatch by Jase Hatcher

Letter: Protect children by strengthening labor laws

VICPP Economic Justice Program Manager writes an op-ed responding to child labor violations.

May 8, 2023

WAVY-TV 10 by Michelle Wolf

From instruments of death to tools of life

RAW tools event hosted by James River Chapter of VICPP featured.

April 22, 2023

13News Now by staff

On Earth Day, people in Newport News have an opportunity to beat guns into garden tools

James River Chapter of VICPP hosted event in Newport News

April 11, 2023

The Virginian-Pilot by Katie King

March 18, 2023

Richmond Times Dispatch by Kim Bobo

Column: Solitary confinement bill isn't perfect, but it's a start

Letter to the editor by our Executive Director about the positive steps of the solitary confinement bill

March 3, 2023

Virginia Business by Darlene Johnson

Visiting the Sick: Healing for body and soul

VICPP Faith Organizer's reflection on the connection between advocacy and visiting the sick.

March 3, 2023

Virginia Business by Darlene Johnson

Housing reform bills saw mixed success in General Assembly

Sheila Herlihy Hennessee talks about the need for renters to have legal protections.

Feb. 28, 2023

The Virginian-Pilot by Katie King

Prison reform advocates fear approved solitary confinement bill won’t lead to meaningful change

Kim Bobo discusses positive aspects of a bill to limit solitary confinement

Feb. 17, 2023

Richmond Times Dispatch by Dave Ress

Bills to expand tenant rights die in Virginia House of Delegates

Faith Organizer Sheila Herlihy Hennessee quoted on bills to protect renters.

Feb. 14, 2023

The Virginian-Pilot by Katie King

House committee nixes bill to create oversight commission for Department of Corrections

Kim Bobo, VICPP Executive Director, reacts to the change in direction with regards to oversight.

Feb. 9, 2023

The Roanoke Star / Capitol News Service by Ryan Nadeau

Virginia Students ‘Pumped Up’ for Day of Action at State Capitol

A journalist in attendance reviews VICPP's first in-person Student Day of Action

Feb. 6, 2023

The Virginian-Pilot by Katie King

Reforming solitary confinement in Virginia gets bipartisan push - led by 2 Hampton Roads lawmakers

Executive Director Kim Bobo quoted on the need to limit practices of solitary confinement.

Jan. 31, 2023

Richmond Times Dispatch by Dave Ress

Paid family leave is moving, after years of effort, in the assembly

VICPP acknowledged as a key partner in expanding paid family leave.

Jan. 26, 2023

Loudon Now by Renss Greene

Evictions spike as rent protections stall

VICPP recognized for testimony in favor of a bill to limit rent hikes.

Jan. 22, 2023

NBC29 News by Bria Stith

Waynesboro vigil calls for more affordable housing

Waynesboro vigil held by VICPP featured on evening news

Jan. 22, 2023

WHSV 3 ABC FOX by Cora Dickey

Vigil held in hopes for affordable housing to be reality again

Waynesboro vigil held by VICPP featured on evening news

Jan. 20, 2023

Culpepper Star-Exponent

Religion news for Jan. 20, 2023

Day for All People featured in Religion News

Jan. 18, 2023

News Leader by Monique Calello

Affordable housing vigil happening Sunday in Waynesboro

Invitation to VICPP and Virginia Organizing's housing vigil held in Waynesboro.

Jan. 18, 2023

Augusta Free Press by Crystal Graham

Vigil to be held Sunday to call on legislators to address state housing crisis

Invitation to VICPP and Virginia Organizing's housing vigil held in Waynesboro.

Jan. 13, 2023

NBC 12 News by John Hood

Health coalition requesting greater investment in Richmond’s East End

VICPP Executive Director, Kim Bobo, quoted on the need for health equity

Nov. 22, 2022

Radio IQ / WVTF / NPR, by Michael Pope

Housing advocates like some of what they've seen in Youngkin's housing plan, but want to see more

Kim Bobo quoted on the need for specifically affordable housing.

Nov. 6, 2022

Richmond Times Dispatch, by Robert Lester

Letter: Not registered to vote on November 8? No problem

VICPP Civic Engagement Coordinator, Robert Lester, on the new same-day voter registration policy

Oct. 20, 2022

Radio IQ / WVTF / NPR, by Michael Pope

State watchdog: Restrictive local zoning is biggest challenge to affordable housing

VICPP Faith Organizer, Sheila Herlihy, quoted on the need for a focus on housing.

Sept. 9, 2022

The Daily Progress by Kim Crater

Opinion/ Column: Basic support makes Va. great for business and workers

VICPP's "State of Working Virginia" report highlighted in column of Virginia labor conditions.

Sept. 5, 2022

13NewsNow by Anna Sparaco

Poverty dropped slightly in Virginia, but wage gap is widening among some demographics: Report

VICPP's "State of Working Virginia" report highlighted in news report, Kim Bobo speaks on working conditions in the Commonwealth.

Sept. 2, 2022

Radio IQ / WVTF / NPR, by Michael Pope

Report: Parts of the state's labor force face disproportionate wages

VICPP's report quoted in report on disproportionate wages in the Commonwealth.

August 26, 2022

The Culpeper Star Exponent

Religion news for Aug. 26, 2022.

Kim Bobo quoted in report of distribution of antisemitic flyers in the Commonwealth.

August 10, 2022

The Virginia Mercury by Sarah Vogelsong

Potential overdoses, death at privately run Lawrenceville prison spur state investigation. 

Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy credited for publicly flagging overdoses at Lawrenceville prison that had gone underreported.

June 20, 2022

13 News Now

Youngkin reacts to health commissioner's comments on racism in public health,

Virginia Interfaith Center recognized in article on Governor Youngkin's reaction to public health issues brought forth by health commissioner Colin Greene.

May 27, 2022

Radio IQ / WVTF / NPR, by Michael Pope

A look at some of the budget proposals lawmakers will take up next week, 

Kim Bobo speaks to the budget and affordable housing.

May 13, 2022

Radio IQ / WVTF / NPR, by Michael Pope

Advocates warn an eviction crisis is looming,

Kim Bobo speaks on the pandemic-driven support for renters coming to an end in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

May 10, 2022

Fast Company, by Marcus Baram

How overtime pay went from a labor right to a rarity, Kim Bobo speaks to the legislative hurdles for workers to get overtime benefits.

April 27, 2022

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

Virginia lawmakers work through amendments, sustain vetoes, Kim Bobo speaks on the bill proposed by Delegate Irene Shin for protection of religious expression and Governor Youngkin's proposed amendment to that bill.

April 25, 2022

NBC 29 WVIR by Madison McNamee

Virginia organization offers Living Wage Certification program,

Jase Hatcher speaks to VICPP's Living Wage Certification program for businesses.

April 22, 2022

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

Sponsor says governor's amendment is the exact opposite of religious expression bill's intent, Kim Bobo speaks on the bill proposed by Delegate Irene Shin for protection of religious expression and Governor Youngkin's proposed amendment to that bill.

April 22, 2022

Williamsburg Baptist Church

Bonus Episode: Advocacy for Churches with Sheila Herlihy of VICPP, Sheila Herlihy speaks to advocacy in churches.

April 20, 2022

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

The sponsor of solitary confinement study is ok with governor's amendment,

Kim Bobo speaks to study on use of solitary confinement in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

March 31, 2022

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

March 29, 2022

Richmond Times Dispatch by Mel Leonor

VEA, state NAACP push back on Youngkin's plans to ax 'divisive' resources, 

VICPP stnds with other organizations in support of educational resources that pertain to Critical Race Theory.

March 29, 2022

WSLS 10 by Patrick McKee

VEA adds education resources to website after Youngkin rid Virginia schools of ‘divisive concepts’, VICPP boardmember Rev. Dr. Elisha Burke speaks on educational resources for history in schools.

March 19, 2022

Richmond Times Dispatch

Editorial: Paid Sick Days -- The culture of work has changed. Time to catch up.

Kim Bobo speaks on paid sick days and workers' rights.

March 10, 2022

PBS/VPM

Focal Point: Season 1, Episode 3

Salim Khalfani speaks on solitary confinement and criminal justice reform.

March 4, 2022

VPM/NPR News by Ben Paviour

Virginia program offers state subsidies to defense contractors, Kim Bobo speaks on defense contract subsidies in Virginia.

February 25, 2022

The Virginian-Pilot by Katie King

House subcommittee guts bill that would have banned long-term solitary confinement in Virginia prisons, Kim Bobo speaks on solitary confinement and criminal justice reform.

February 25, 2022

VPM/ NPR by Whittney Evans

Proposal to end solitary confinement fails, Kim Bobo speaks on proposed solitary confinement legislation in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

February 22, 2022

The Virginian-Pilot by Katie King

Bill could prohibit long-term solitary confinement in Virginia prisons, Kim Bobo speaks on proposed solitary confinment legislation in the Commonwealth.

February 16, 2022

Connection Newspapers by Michael Lee Pope

February 15, 2022

Daily News-Record/ Open Forum by Ramona Sanders

Affordable Housing, Kim Bobo speaks on affordable housing in Virginia.

February 11, 2022

Blog: Voices for Virginia's Children by Chlo'e Edwards

Why Virginia Must Do Better for Black Mothers and Black Babies, Dora Muhammad speaks on black maternal healthcare.

February 11, 2022

Washington Hispanic

Avanza legislación sobre días de enfermedad pagados en VA (Paid Sick Days Legislation Advances in VA), Kim Bobo speaks on proposed legislation for paid sick days in the Commonwealth.

February 8, 2022

Richmond Times Dispatch by Kim Bobo

Limit excessive use of solitary confinement, Kim Bobo writes on solitary confinement in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

January 28, 2022

Fauquier Times by Katharine DeRosa

Bills that would halt planned minimum wage increases advance in Virginia House of Delegates, Kim Bobo speaks on bill for minimum wage increases in the state legislature.

January 14, 2022

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

Bill limiting solitary confinement in Virginia clears first hurdle, Kim Bobo speaks on a bill that would limit the use of solitary confinement in Virginia.

January 13, 2022

YouTube | Virginia Interfaith Center of Public Policy

Our Religious Leaders on Solitary Confinement (Virtual) Press Conference, Salim Khalfani and Ayesha Gilani Taylor host a press conference on solitary confinement with religious leaders of Virginia.

January 11, 2022

Daily Sabah

Faith Leaders Condemn Sen. Amanda Chase’s Inciting Islamophobic Remarks, VICPP joins other organizations in condemning Senator Amanda Chase's islamophobic remarks.

January 9, 2022

Blue Virginia

US Sen. Chase draws Islamophobic parallel between masks, faith, VICPP condemns islamophobic remarks by Senator Amanda Chase.

January 6, 2022

Fauquier Times by Scott Christian

LETTER: Support Sen. Jill Vogel’s proposed bill on solitary confinement, Northern Piedmont chapter member of VICPP, Scott Christian, writes in support of legislation that would limit solitary confinement.

January 4, 2022

National Catholic Reporter by Mark Pattison

Interfaith Worker Justice closes, to give resources to Georgetown arm, Kim Bobo speaks to the closing of an interfaith justice organization.

December 17, 2021

The Center for Public Integrity by Kimberly Cataudella

December 16, 2021

Richmond Free Press, By Jeremy M. Lazarus

Khalfani returns to Richmond in advocacy role, Kim Bobo and Salim Khalfani speak to Khalfani's role at VICPP.

December 7, 2021

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

State regulators reject heat stress standard for Virginia workers, Kim Bobo speaks to workers' protections and rights in Virginia.

December 5, 2021

Catholic Charities USA

Second Sunday of Advent: Readings of the Day, Sheila Herlihy writes on injustice during Advent.

November 24,  2021

Richmond Free Press, By George Copland Jr.

Virginia Interfaith Center expands living wage certification program statewide, Coverage of VICPP expanding the Living Wage Certification program established in 2018 on Nov. 24, 2021: quotes from Kim Bobo and Evette Roots

November 20,  2021

CBS6 Richmond

September 6, 2021

National Catholic Reporter by Stephenie Overman

August 26, 2021

Connection Newspaper by Michael Lee Pope

August 25, 2021

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

Advocates Worry Virginia's Broadband Plans Don't Do Enough for Low-Income People, Kim Bobo speaks on Virginia's plan for broadband access.

August 24, 2021

Virginia Mercury by Kim Bobo

Fluctuating Work Week: The Devil's in the Details, Kim Bobo writes on proposed changes to Virginia's work week and overtime laws.

August 12, 2021

Alexandria Gazette by Michael Lee Pope

Big Money for Big Biz, Not as Much for Poor, Kim Bobo speaks on stimulus money for big business in Virginia.

August 2, 2021

Public News Service by Diane Bernard

July 29, 2021

The Progress-Index by Tamica Jean-Charles

July 25, 2021

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

Federal Pandemic Aid: Advocates Call for More Affordable Housing, 

Kim Bobo speaks federal aid for affordable housing due to pandemic.

July 19, 2021

Bloomberg | Opinion by Anna Stansbury

What Good Is a Minimum Wage If It’s Stolen? Kim Bobo speaks on wage theft.

July 19, 2021

Fauquier Times by Scott Christian

Letter: Vigil organizers feel there is more work to be done, Scott Christian, member of Northern Piedmont Chapter of VICPP, writes on Black Lives Matter Vigil for Action.

July 22, 2021

Law360|Employment Authority by Daniela Porat

Households As Employers: A Look At Domestic Worker Rights, Kim Bobo speaks on domestic worker rights.

June 22, 2021

Forward by Barbara Brotman

June 25, 2021

Virginia Mercury by Kate Masters

June 17, 2021

Spreaker | Pod Virginia

How can businesses protect workers from heat stress? Kim Bobo speaks on workers' protections from heat stress.

June 11, 2021

WVTF / Radio IQ / NPR, by Michael Pope

State Officials Considering New Heat Stress Regulations, Kim Bobo speaks on heat stress regulations for workers in Virginia.

June 7, 2021

Fauquier Times

June 4, 2021

Richmond Times Dispatch

Editorial: Solving Virginia’s labor crunch starts with full recognition of the bigger picture, VICPP's Living Wage Certification program mentioned in labor editorial.

March 26,  2021

Baptist News Global, By Jeff Brumley

March 25,  2021

Richmond Times Dispatch, By Fletcher Lowe

March 25,  2021

Religion News Services by Jack Jenkins

March 25,  2021

NBC News by Amanda Golden and Geoff Bennett

March 25,  2021

The New Journal and Guide

March 24, 2021

VPM|NPR|PBS by Whittney Evans

Northam signs death penalty abolition into law, Reverend LaKeisha Cook speaks on the death penalty abolition.

March 24,  2021

The Appeal, By Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg

March 9, 2021

Richmond Times Dispatch by Kim Bobo

March 1,  2021

VPM, by Alan Rodriguez

February 22,  2021

Baptist News Global, By Jeff Brumley

February 22,  2021

The Associated Press, By Sarah Rankin and Denise Lavoie

February 9,  2021

Time Magazine, By Madeleine Carlisle

February 5,  2021

The Associated Press, By David Tran

February 5,  2021

Baptist News, By Jeff Brumley

February 5,  2021

WUSA9, by John Henry

February 4,  2021

The Associated Press, By Sarah Rankin

February 4,  2021

VPM (NPR), By Roberto Roldan

February 4,  2021

SiriusXM, The Catholic Channel, "Conversations with Cardinal Dolan"

"Conversation with Cardinal Dolan" VIDEO: (Archbishop of New York) LIVE on SiriusXM Radio/TV- 2/4/21 - on the Catholic Channel. Interview with Rev. Dr. LaKeisha Cook, Justice Reform Organizer for the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy, about the campaign to abolish the death penalty in Virginia.

February 4,  2021

Baptist News, By Jeff Brumley

Virginia Now One Vote Away from Ending the Death Penalty, quotes from Dr. Rev. LaKeisha Cook

February 2,  2021

The Richmond Times-Dispatch, By Michael Martz

House Budget Panel Back Sick Leave Proposal, But Kills Hazard Pay Bill,  Coalition/SEIU Prayer vigil/Press Conference on Feb. 1. Quotes from David Broder, President of SEIU and Thomasine Wilson, home health care worker.

February 2,  2021

WDBJ7 Roanoke

February 2,  2021

The Guardian US, By Ed Pilkington

Virginia May Be First in South to Abolish Death Penalty and Abandon 'Legalized Lynching',  Quotes from Rev. Dr. LaKeisha Cook and VADP Dale Brumfield. VICPP prayer vigils mentioned.

February 1,  2021

Henrico Citizen, By Zachary Klosko Capital News Service

January 31, 2021

The Virginian-Pilot, By Peter Dujardin

January 26, 2021

Crux Now (Washington D.C), By Carol Zimmermann

January 22, 2021

Richmond Times-Dispatch, By Frank Green

January 22, 2021

Baptist News Global, By Jeff Brumley

January 22, 2021

WDBJ Roanoke, By Pete DeLuca

January 22, 2021

Danville Register and Bee, By Parker Cotton

January 22, 2021

MSN.com, By Pete DeLuca

January 22, 2021

The Roanoke Times, By Alicia Petska

January 22, 2021

The Winchester Star, By Evan Goodenow

January 22, 2021

WRIC Richmond, By Jackie DeFusco

January 19, 2021

WTVR Richmond, By Brendan King

Virginia moves closer to abolishing the death penalty, quotes from: Rev. Dr. LaKeisha Cook

January 16, 2021

The Virginian-Pilot, By Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy

Op Ed: Virginia Should Seize This Moment to Abolish the Death Penalty, quotes from: Rev. Marvin D. Warner, Rev. Duane Hardy, Rev. James Page, and Rev. Keith Jones

January 14, 2021

NBC12, By John Hood

January 14, 2021

Richmond Free Press, by George Copeland, Jr.

January 14, 2021

WDBJ7 Roanoke, By Joe Dashiell

Prosecutors call for end to death penalty,  quotes from Virginia prosecutors

January 8, 2021

Baptist News, By Jeff Brumley

Clergy advocate to repeal death penalty in Virginia, Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish Death Penalty. Quotes from: Rev. Marvin D. Warner, Rev. Dr. LaKeisha Cook, Rev. Duane Hardy, Rev. James Page, and Rev. Keith Jones

January 7, 2021

NBC12 Richmond, By Joe Dashiell

Abolish the death penalty, ministers say, Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish Death Penalty. Quotes from: Rev. Marvin D. Warner

January 7, 2021

WSLS, By Patrick McKee

What’s News Today: Business expansion, death penalty, Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish Death Penalty.

January 7, 2021

WHSV Bridgewater, By Joe Dashiell

Abolish the death penalty, ministers say Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish the Death Penalty: quotes from Rev. Marvin D. Warner

January 7, 2021

VPM, by Whittney Evans

Virginia Faith Leaders Respond To Chaos at Nation’s Capitol, Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish the Death Penalty: quotes from Dr. Rev. Lakeisha Cook and Rev. Marvin D. Warner

January 7, 2021

WDBJ7 Roanoke, by Joe Dashiell

Abolish the death penalty, ministers say, Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish the Death Penalty: quotes from Rev. Marvin D. Warner

January 7, 2021

WAVY Portsmouth, by Regina Mobley

Faith-based group calls for the abolition of the death penalty in Virginia, Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish the Death Penalty: quotes from Rev. Dr. LaKeisha Cook, Rev. Duane Hardy, Rev. Marvin D. Warner, Rev. James Page, and Rev. Keith Jones

January 7, 2021

Richmond Times-Dispatch, by Frank Green

Members of Black clergy call for end to death penalty in Virginia Coverage of VICPP and VA Reverends Call to Abolish the Death Penalty: quotes from Rev. Dr. LaKeisha Cook, Roberta Oster, Rev. Duane Hardy, Rev. Marvin D. Warner, Rev. James Page, Rev. Keith Jones

January 7, 2021

Richmond Free Press, By George Copeland Jr.

Advocates launch effort to expand paid sick days for workers,Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference: quotes from Kim Bobo. Joshua Briere, Buzz Grossburg, Del. Elizabeth Guzman

January 7, 2021

Virginia Pilot

Editorial: Paid sick leave needed for Virginia workers, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference

January 7, 2021

Alexandria Gazette, By Michael Pope

Essential Leave: Advocates for paid sick days try to build support among Virginia Senate Democrats, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference: quotes from Kim Bobo and Faith Harris

January 5, 2021

VA Dogwood, By Arianna Coghill

Pandemic Slowed Push for Paid Sick Leave in Virginia, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Dr. Danny Avula, Joshua Briere, Buzz Grossburg, Kim Bobo

January 5, 2021

WHSV (ABC/Fox/CBS) Harrisonburg, By Caitlin Piemme

Virginians push for paid sick leave Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Wyatt Pearson, Strasburg town manager.

January 5, 2021

WDBJ7 (CBS) Roanoke, By Joe Dashielle

Virginia groups support paid sick leave legislation, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Joshua Briere

January 5, 2021

8News (ABC) Richmond, By Jackie DeFusco

A renewed push for required paid sick leave in Virginia will be scaled back in 2021, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Dr. Danny Avula, Joshua Briere, Del. Elizabeth Guzman

January 5, 2021

NBC12 Richmond, By Jasmine Turner

Coalition pushing for paid sick days for essential workers,Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Kim Bobo, Joshua Briere, Buzz Grossberg

January 5, 2021

CBS6 Richmond, By Jake Burns

Health experts, advocates say pandemic has highlighted need for paid sick leave, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Dr. Danny Avula, Kim Bobo, Joshua Briere (VCU student and former VICPP intern).

January 5, 2021

WVTF Radio, By Michael Pope

Could a Proposal to Add Paid Sick Days Make it Through This Year's General Assembly Session? Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Delegate Elizabeth Guzman and Senator Dave Marsden

January 5, 2021

Virginia Public Media, By Roberto Roldan

Richmond’s Top Public Health Official Backs Paid Sick Leave, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Dr. Avula, Kim Bobo, Buzz Grossberg, Owner Buzz & Ned's Barbecue

January 5, 2021

Richmond Times-Dispatch, By Sabrina Moreno

'We would see a drastic reduction in exposure:' Richmond health official says widening paid sick leave would limit COVID spread, Coverage of Virginians for Paid Sick Days Coalition press conference on Jan. 5, 2021: quotes from Dr. Danny Avula, Joshua Briere (VCU student and former intern for VICPP).


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