Local Gov’t Stories, Events
08.15 RIDE FOR THE OVERRIDE
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Books, Films, Arts & Education
Ref. : Letters to the editor
Health Care & Environment
08.25 EpiPen Uproar Highlights Company’s Family Ties to Congress [punish price-gougers by canceling patent rights, allow generic production]
08.21 The Link Between Health Spending and Life Expectancy: The US is an Outlier [the U.S. is the only 'advanced country' with for-profit healthcare without price controls...]
News Media Matters
US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'
08.24 Ties to Clinton Foundation are a knotty problem for Hillary’s campaign [more bad judgement]
08.23 Clinton’s Transition Team: A Corporate Presidency Foretold [the 'assumed' proviso should be said and promised: "...if it helps the public...]
08.23 UK in denial over Saudi arms sales being used in Yemen, claims Oxfam [US too...]
Economics, Crony Capitalism
08.24 Acceptable Losses
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