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### User Story
# As a user I don't want guess what soft/hard expired on Gitcoin means.
### Current Behavior
[comment]: # (Describe what actually happened.)
An issue will show either soft expired or hard expired, with no definitions.
### Expected Behavior
[comment]: # (Describe what you expected to happen.)
Change soft and hard expired to Expired.
Show persistent message on the issue for a user to check with the funder to see if they still want the work completed.
[comment]: # (Describe how we can replicate the bug step by step.)
Look at any expired issue (you fund)
### Definition of Done
[comment]: # (Any other information that would be useful, bullets are helpful.)
- update and change logic to show the term Expired.
Add persistent message ( once an issue expires).
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