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KPBS San Diego
When Hospitals Post Doctor Ratings, Who Benefits?a dozen nationally. Today, about 50 systems score their doctors with one to fi
When Hospitals Post Doctor Ratings, Who Benefits?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 7 days ago
a dozen nationally. Today, about 50 systems score their doctors with one to five stars, with 16 launches since Jan. 1. The transparency trend is taking off. inewsource is an independent nonprofit dedicated to providing in-depth, data-driven... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Holy Spiritslimit of two per customer in line, and you'll probably finish one on the way ba
Holy Spirits
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
limit of two per customer in line, and you'll probably finish one on the way back to your seat, so plan ahead. And only in Utah are the lines for beer usually shorter than for ice cream. The exception? On Thirsty Thursdays, the lines for microbrews... Read more
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Boston Globe
Shouts and chaos erupt as anti-Trump movement is crushed at Cleveland conventionan attempt to allow a vote against Donald Trump created an inauspicious start o
Shouts and chaos erupt as anti-Trump movement is crushed at Cleveland convention
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
an attempt to allow a vote against Donald Trump created an inauspicious start of a four-day convention that is meant to project unity and offer viewers a more positive view of the most unorthodox, unlikely, and inexperienced candidate in recent... Read more
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Boston Globe
Shouts and chaos erupt as anti-Trump movement is crushed at Cleveland conventionof Trump as the GOP nominee later this week. But it created an inauspicious sta
Shouts and chaos erupt as anti-Trump movement is crushed at Cleveland convention
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
of Trump as the GOP nominee later this week. But it created an inauspicious start of a four-day convention that is meant to project unity and offer viewers a more positive view of the most unorthodox, unlikely, and inexperienced candidate in recent... Read more
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Pahrump Valley Times
Past transfers of federal land led to corruption, history suggestsR-Nev. Asked about Nevada’s troubled history of managing its state lands, Amod
Past transfers of federal land led to corruption, history suggests
Pahrump Valley Times / Posted 14 days ago
R-Nev. Asked about Nevada’s troubled history of managing its state lands, Amodei said there needs to be accountability and transparency in any transfer of lands to the state. But there is more oversight of such actions in the 21st century compared... Read more
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KERA North Texas
The Most 'Unprecedented' Election Ever? 65 Ways It Has Beenan 'unprecedented surge' of voter interest ahead of the state's April 19 presid
The Most 'Unprecedented' Election Ever? 65 Ways It Has Been
KERA North Texas / Posted 25 days ago
an 'unprecedented surge' of voter interest ahead of the state's April 19 presidential primary." — March 22, 2016, AP 34. Utah voter turnout — "Utah residents are turning out in unprecedented numbers at presidential caucuses, creating major delays... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
The Most 'Unprecedented' Election Ever? 65 Ways It Has Beenan 'unprecedented surge' of voter interest ahead of the state's April 19 presid
The Most 'Unprecedented' Election Ever? 65 Ways It Has Been
KPBS San Diego / Posted 25 days ago
an 'unprecedented surge' of voter interest ahead of the state's April 19 presidential primary." — March 22, 2016, AP 34. Utah voter turnout — "Utah residents are turning out in unprecedented numbers at presidential caucuses, creating major delays... Read more
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East Bay Express
Oakland Coal Vote Days Away — But City Still Hasn’t Released Crucial Studyban coal exports from a proposed terminal in West Oakland, but officials have y
Oakland Coal Vote Days Away — But City Still Hasn’t Released Crucial Study
East Bay Express / Posted 1 months ago
ban coal exports from a proposed terminal in West Oakland, but officials have yet to release a city-sponsored study on the project’s health and safety impacts. Anti-coal activists are worried that the public and council won’t have enough time to... Read more

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