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Wednesday, Jan 18, 2017

AP Health Issues

Correction: Drug Prices-Johnson & Johnson story

Correction: Drug Prices-Johnson & Johnson story
Published: 01/11/17

First-time UN gathering aims to delve into using data

U.N. statisticians say more than 100 countries don't keep accurate counts of births and deaths and more than 70 don't have robust data on poverty
Published: 01/10/17
Obama health law posts solid sign-ups despite GOP repeal vow

Obama health law posts solid sign-ups despite GOP repeal vow

The Obama administration says 11.5 million people have enrolled for coverage under the president's health care law as of Dec. 24
Published: 01/10/17

The Latest: Medical marijuana bill gaining support in SC

A proposal legalizing medical use of marijuana in South Carolina is gaining bipartisan support
Published: 01/10/17
Valeant sells $2B in assets to begin paying down debt

Valeant sells $2B in assets to begin paying down debt

Valeant will sell just over $2 billion in assets as it pays down debts after a year and a half of bruising backlash against some of its drug prices and government probes into the way it does business
Published: 01/10/17

Health advocates to announce prescription drug initiatives

Maryland health advocates are scheduled to announce initiatives to make prescription drugs more affordable
Published: 01/10/17

Suits: RI town discriminated against officer with ADHD

A Charlestown police officer has filed a pair of lawsuits in federal court against the town and its police department, saying he was discriminated against based on his attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Published: 01/10/17

The Latest: 3 party switchers chairing House panels

Three Arkansas lawmakers who defected from the Democratic Party to the GOP over the past two years will be leading top committees in the House this year
Published: 01/09/17

Arkansas lawmakers convene, tax cuts dominate agenda

Arkansas lawmakers convened this year's legislative session, with Republicans facing divisions over competing tax cut plans months after the party expanded its majorities in the Legislature
Published: 01/09/17

Snyder OKs bill to require reports on municipal benefits

Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a bill that requires reporting by municipal retirement systems on their unfunded pension and health care costs
Published: 01/09/17