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How a rehab boss exploited the drug epidemic - with impunity

How a rehab boss exploited the drug epidemic - with impunity

A rehab program in North Carolina sent people with addictions to work for free as caregivers for elderly and disabled patients
Published: 05/21/18
Senate passes Louisiana operating budget with deep cuts

Senate passes Louisiana operating budget with deep cuts

Louisiana's state senators pass a more than $28 billion state operating budget that would make steep cuts across state government to protect health programs for the elderly and disabled
Published: 05/15/18
Vos, lawmakers took $4,300 trip to Ohio on state airplane

Vos, lawmakers took $4,300 trip to Ohio on state airplane

Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos in February 2017 chartered the state airplane on state taxpayers' dime to fly with two other Republican lawmakers and five staff members to meet with GOP colleagues in Ohio
Published: 05/14/18
Trump's prescription to reduce drug prices takes small steps

Trump's prescription to reduce drug prices takes small steps

Trump says long-awaited plan for reducing drug prices is most sweeping in history, but it takes small steps.
Published: 05/12/18
Few teeth in Trump's prescription to reduce drug prices

Few teeth in Trump's prescription to reduce drug prices

Trump says long-awaited plan for reducing drug prices is most sweeping in history
Published: 05/12/18
The Latest: Trump unveils plan to reduce drug prices

The Latest: Trump unveils plan to reduce drug prices

President Donald Trump has unveiled his long-promised plan to bring down drug prices
Published: 05/11/18

The Latest: Missouri lawmakers cut budget over deadly virus

Missouri lawmakers have cut the health department's budget over a fight for information about a tick-borne virus that killed a state worker
Published: 05/10/18
Louisiana's elderly, disabled to get warning of budget cuts

Louisiana's elderly, disabled to get warning of budget cuts

Louisiana's health department is sending notices to 37,000 people who are elderly and disabled, warning the financing that pays for their care could be ending
Published: 05/09/18

Bootleg liquor, not water, killed Cambodian villagers

A senior Cambodian health official says 14 villagers whose sudden deaths were thought to have been caused by polluted water actually died from drinking rice wine containing methanol
Updated one month ago
Jackson researchers on forefront of combating Alzheimer's

Jackson researchers on forefront of combating Alzheimer's

What do algae blooms, British explorers and neurodegenerative diseases have in common
Updated one month ago