11/7/2011   It was just another regular schoolyard basketball game until a team of Hispanic seventh-graders defeated the opposing team from Alabama. According to the Mexican mother of one of the winning players, the reaction was instantaneous and appears to… Read more...
11/6/2011   Officials in Kansas are easing controversial new regulations that govern abortion clinics, but the move may not be adequate to pacify abortion providers who have already convinced a federal judge to block the earlier versions of the regulation.… Read more...
11/6/2011   The new federal attack against medical marijuana, which was announced by the four California U.S. Attorneys October 7, sent chills throughout the pot industry. The move is seen by most marijuana advocates as a stunning reversal by the… Read more...
11/5/2011   Keith Smith, a potato farmer, saw most of his immigrant workers leave after the tough immigration law of Alabama took effect. So he hired Americans. According to Smith, the move has not worked out. Most of his new… Read more...
11/5/2011   Hospitals rejoiced while insurers worry about industry consolidation after the Obama administration launched a key program of the healthcare reform law that aims to promote greater coordination among healthcare providers. Published on Thursday, the long-awaited regulations seek to… Read more...
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