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Payment Due: The Obamacare Deadline No One Is Talking About
Nearly 365,000 Americans had signed up for private health insurance under Obamacare. But how many will pay their first monthly premium on time?
Secretive US Trade Deal Could Endanger Global Health Gains
Much of the concern focuses on a host of provisions that would impact the ability of poor communities to get cheap generic medicines.
Islamophobia Rages On In Tennessee
“We are truly at the frontline of this,” she said. “It seems Florida and Tennessee are competing, but it seems we are ahead of the game, unfortunately.”
Motorists Fight To Put A Stop To Red Light Cameras
Challenges to red-light cameras head to the California Supreme Court.
Arizona Bill Aims To Make State Inhospitable for NSA
The bill would prohibit state and local agencies from providing the NSA with any material, such as water and electricity.
Sudden Loss Of EMS In Six States Undermines For-Profit Model For Critical Services
A gov. contractor leaving without warning while still under contract violates notion of government trust in the private sector.
San Francisco Style Crime Reduction – “Stop And Offer Therapy”
The heart of the approach is to deal with victims before they become criminals, and to recognize the “mental health connection to public safety.”
Tech Firms Vie To Protect Personal Data But Gain Profits
Tech. companies are making a huge profit by mining personal data and peering into people's online habits but are now becoming more aggressive in their attempts to counter any perception that they voluntarily give the government access to users' email.
Bipartisan Budget Deal Sets Off Some Grumbling
The bipartisan pact doesn't solve long-term tax and spending issues, leaving liberals and conservatives alike grumbling.
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