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In Maine, Vaccine Mandate for EMTs Stresses Small-Town Ambulance Crews

On a recent morning, Jerrad Dinsmore and Kevin LeCaptain of Waldoboro EMS in rural Maine drove their ambulance to a secluded house near the ocean, to measure the clotting levels of a... Read more »

Reported spending in the Denver school board election tops $1 million

Candidates and political committees have spent at least $1 million in this year’s Denver school board election, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Colorado Secretary of State. The bulk of... Read more »

Abbott, conservatives at odds over property tax reform

After the third special legislative session ended, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statement praising the accomplishments of the Republican-led legislature as conservative grassroots leaders pointed out that no real property tax relief... Read more »

Ohio Democrats revive plan for universal health care

Ohio Democrats again have introduced legislation that would give universal health care to Ohioans, despite failing with the effort over the past decade. Sen. Teresa Fedor, D-Toledo, said Senate Bill 253, the Ohio... Read more »

Voters should know about Denver school board candidate’s family incidents

Denver school board candidate José Silva twice has faced accusations that he used physical force with his stepdaughter when she was a minor. The stepdaughter, 21-year-old Selena Luna, describes spending her teenage... Read more »

Cooper signs North Carolina regulatory sandbox into law

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has signed a bill supporters say will protect consumers from harmful products and services and offer more choices. House Bill 624, dubbed the North Carolina Regulatory Sandbox... Read more »

Preliminary audit results find 800 unreported COVID-19 deaths

Preliminary results from Auditor Doug Ringler’s analysis  of Michigan’s long-term care facility COVID-19 death data found about 800 additional confirmed and probable COVID-19 deaths than the state initially counted overall statewide between... Read more »

Aurora and Denver school boards discuss pay for board members

Aurora’s school board could become one of the first in the state to pay board members, while Denver school board members have started discussing a similar proposal. In Colorado, school board members... Read more »

Hochul points to new pandemic high in MTA ridership as sign of New York’s recovery

New York City’s recovery from COVID-19 continues, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Friday, as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority reported a post-pandemic high water mark on Thursday. For the first time in more than... Read more »

‘They Treat Me Like I’m Old and Stupid’; Seniors Decry Health Providers’ Age Bias

Joanne Whitney, 84, a retired associate clinical professor of pharmacy at the University of California-San Francisco, often feels devalued when interacting with health care providers. There was the time several years ago... Read more »