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Donald Conkey: Celebrating Labor Day, even when jobs are scarce
Cherokee TribuneSeptember 1, 2011

Few people fully comprehend these powerful words and how they should be used when any segment of America's government becomes too oppressive or unresponsive to a given segment of society. The Labor Movement since 1937 and the Civil Rights Movement ...more »

Convicted sex offender fights to keep real estate license
Baltimore SunSeptember 1, 2011

His case, argued Wednesday before the state Court of Appeals, could have broader implications for licensing boards in various fields. The opinion could instruct the panels on how to evaluate the many factors that state law says they must consider when ...more »

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Bad Faith Insurance
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Santa Rosa Health Centers to start nurse practitioner residency program
North Bay Business JournalSeptember 5, 2011

Health officials across the country have warned of a looming primary care provider shortage, particularly after the federal health care overhaul. The law will extend health care to about 32 million Americans. In Sonoma County, roughly 45000 new ...more »

Hipaa Compliance
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CSC's new health care VP to lead federal business push
Washington TechnologySeptember 6, 2011

He will be responsible for developing new business with key federal health agencies and positioning CSC as a leader in providing new systems necessary to implement the reforms required by the Affordable Care Act, the company said in an announcement ...more »

Elder Care Abuse
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Meeting local needs: United Way launches campaign
Dickinson PressSeptember 25, 2011

Senior citizens rely on Elder Care for transportation and meals. The Safety City educational program will continue, despite loss of its grant funding. United Way volunteers, from left, President Lorrie Nantt, Honorary Campaign Chairwoman Ninetta ...more »

Living Wills
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Beer, tacos, and political potshots: Hawk 'n' Dove, RIP
Washington ExaminerSeptember 5, 2011

Instead, the Hawk 'n' Dove was the highest form of saloon: a living room away from home. At the end of the month, the Hawk's doors will close, and new proprietors will demolish the interior, leaving only 44 years of memories -- some of which are a bit ...more »

Medicare & Medicaid Issues
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Critical Access Hospitals: Hubs for Rural Health Care
Minnesota MedicineSeptember 1, 2011

Responding to similar trends nationally, Congress created a new type of rural hospital designation, the Critical Access Hospital (CAH), as part of the 1997 Medicare law. The provision allows small rural hospitals to receive cost-based reimbursement on ...more »

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