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Posted on: Oct 17, 2018

Intro by Cheri L. Spicer, Indiana Education Employment Relations Board

I have struggled with this very question for many years. After countless hours researching internet blogs and grammar books, I only became more confused causing small panic attacks whenever a dreaded list and commas presented itself in sentence structure. I tended to simply leave it out to be red-marked later or just rewrote the sentence. 
Finally, the age-old question was given some clarity and became case law when the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit weighed in on the matter last year. 
Mark one down for the Oxford comma, but the war is far from over amongst colleagues and friends! Read the article here.

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