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Archive: August 26, 2011

NASHUA, N.H. - U.S. Rep. Charlie Bass, R-N.H., has scheduled two town hall-style meetings Saturday in Jaffrey and Nashua - and like many members of Congress touring their districts this summer, he'll face questions about creating jobs. Kristin Locke will be among the constituents with a message for ...Read More

RALEIGH, N.C. - It's a new playing field for patient rights in North Carolina after legislators passed laws this last session that opponents say severely limit the rights of people injured by medical malpractice. The Medical Liability Reform law limits the amount of damages someone can claim, makin ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - Forget about the judge when it comes to most small-claims cases in Las Vegas. Beginning Thursday, most of those cases will head to mandatory mediation. AnnaMarie Johnson, executive director of Nevada Legal Services, believes this move will give people more leeway to represent themselves ...Read More

HURON, S.D. - A Community Health Center will open soon in Huron. A location for the facility is being sought, says John Mengenhausen, chief executive officer of Howard-based Horizon Health Care, adding that the new center is a response to increasing demands for services. "It was at the request of ...Read More

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - More than enough federal money will come into the state treasury to pay for the expansion of New Mexico's Medicaid program, according to a report released today. State legislators were concerned was that the costs of expansion would be more than the state could afford. However, ...Read More

NEW YORK - Hurricane Irene has New Yorkers stocking up on storm supplies such as bottled water. Local conservationists say this is also a good time to be thinking about how well our coastal communities are prepared for threats such as storm surge. Protecting coastal communities requires long-term p ...Read More

BEREA, Ky. - The federal Environmental Protection Agency embarked on a listening tour in Eastern Kentucky recently to vet resident concerns about the impacts of coal mining, especially the practice of mountaintop removal. The visit came days after the release of joint poll results from two survey f ...Read More

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