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Sephora at Kohl’s List of Locations Opening Soon

As you know Sephora will be opening inside of Kohl’s stores and I have a list of all the locations that will be getting this beauty upgrade! Sephora announced their partnership in early December and early this week they unveiled the information of which Kohl’s stores would be getting a Sephora. There are a total of 200 locations and Kohl’s website will even begin carrying a selection of brands from Sephora in Fall 2021. New York is getting 22 stores being the state that has the most locations...
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Plano police do best 'Cartman' impersonation arresting black kid for walking home in the snow

If you needed another example why the Texas Legislature should forbid police from arresting people for Class C misdemeanors, here's yet another poster-child case for the history books.Rodney Reese, an 18-year old black man living in Plano, was walking home from his job at the Walmart during the Snowpocalypse when police officers stopped him ostensibly for a "wellness check." Carrying a plastic bag, underdressed for the cold in a short-sleeve shirt, he told them he didn't want their help and was ...
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Lots of local Texas #cjreform action, even as the #txlege is slow as Christmas

Here are a few odds and ends that merit Grits readers' attention:TX Senate Committees May Only Meet 2-3 Times: The Texas Legislature's ramp up remains slow as Christmas; a few things are happening, but "not much" appears to be the new normal. On its website, the state prosecutors' association told its members, "don’t be surprised if many Senate committees hold no more than two or three hearings on Senate bills for the entirety of this regular session." Yikes! Usually, you might see 8 or so.Vanis...
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