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MLive.com
Proposed Medicaid cuts 'devastating' for vulnerable people, panel saysYPSILANTI, MI - The best way to push back against the president's proposed $700
MLive.com / Posted 6 hours ago
YPSILANTI, MI - The best way to push back against the president's proposed $700 billion cut to Medicaid funding in 2018 is to emphasize the personal impact of the reductions. That was the message a panel of elected officials brought to people... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Our Towns Calendar: 10/16examples of translating common words of German into English. Public is welcome.
The Toledo Blade / Posted yesterday
examples of translating common words of German into English. Public is welcome. ● Bake Sale/​Chicken and Biscuit dinner fund-raiser hosted by the Honor Workers of St. John’s United Church of Christ, 448 E. Rice St., 4-7 p.m. Saturday. Donations... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
There's room at these inns—despite the tourism rushthe 54 million-plus visitors who traveled to the city last year helped many hot
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 3 days ago
the 54 million-plus visitors who traveled to the city last year helped many hoteliers citywide put heads in beds at healthy room rates, a partial snapshot of the market shows that certain types and locations of hotels are reaping greater... Read more
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MLive.com
Ending Obamacare cost-sharing reductions a 'lose-lose,' some experts sayshe said. "This is going to have real implications for people in need of health
MLive.com / Posted 4 days ago
she said. "This is going to have real implications for people in need of health insurance." Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan issued a statement Friday critical of the decision, and the America's Health Insurance Plans and national Blue Cross... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Plan to allow trumpeter swan hunt has some crying foulso either, officials from both states said. But it's the principle, critics sa
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
so either, officials from both states said. But it's the principle, critics say: The trumpeter swan recovery was an effort funded by bird lovers to bring back a native animal for the sake of the animal and its environment — not so it could be shot... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Local seniors improve their diets, learn about nutrition through Healthy Food Connectdon�t have the resources to buy nutritious food. Obstacles such as lack of tran
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
don�t have the resources to buy nutritious food. Obstacles such as lack of transportation to grocery stores, or inadequate funds are just two of the barriers many seniors face. �For some seniors on limited budgets it comes down to buying medicine... Read more
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Times Leader
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy industryhow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don’t. Milk cooperatives, wh
Times Leader / Posted 7 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don’t. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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New Kerala
News Match Opens with USD 3 million in Matching Support for Nonprofit Newsrooms Across the Country - newkerala news #278818WASHINGTON: This week marks the launch of News Match 2017, a USD 3 million coll
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
WASHINGTON: This week marks the launch of News Match 2017, a USD 3 million collaboration between Democracy Fund, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to support nonprofit news organizations... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Our Towns Calendar: 10/9Gish Film Series presents Seconds (1966, U.S.), 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17. Both are fre
The Toledo Blade / Posted 8 days ago
Gish Film Series presents Seconds (1966, U.S.), 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17. Both are free. ● Bake Sale/​Chicken and Biscuit dinner fund-raiser hosted by the Honor Workers of St. John’s United Church of Christ, 448 E. Rice St., 4-7 p.m. Oct. 21. Donations... Read more
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TribLIVE
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
The Register Citizen / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
Greenwich Time / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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The News-Times
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
The News-Times / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
The Middletown Press / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Under pressure, Amish farmers begin to exit dairy businesshow milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, wh
Stamford Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
how milk pricing is set, while individual farmers don't. Milk cooperatives, which arose out of the Great Depression, pool funds from members and negotiate prices to help farmers assemble, haul, manufacture, process and market milk and dairy... Read more
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MLive.com
Western Michigan University 'bursting with potential,' president saysKALAMAZOO, MI -- Western Michigan University President Edward Montgomery gave h
MLive.com / Posted 11 days ago
KALAMAZOO, MI -- Western Michigan University President Edward Montgomery gave his first State of the University address on Friday, telling the campus community that WMU is "bursting with potential." Montgomery, who started at WMU on Aug. 1 and was... Read more
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Calgary Sun
One-loss NCAA contenders can't afford a secondFla. So, what now with No. 7 Georgia (5-0) at the quarterback position? The se
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Fla. So, what now with No. 7 Georgia (5-0) at the quarterback position? The season’s original starter, Jacob Eason, is healthy again, but freshman Jake Fromm has piloted Georgia to all five wins, including last week’s marquee 41-0 shutout of... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Project Censoredissue has never been isolated examples. They serve to highlight how far short w
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
issue has never been isolated examples. They serve to highlight how far short we fall from the fully-informed public that a healthy democracy requires—and that we all require in order to live healthy, safe, productive, satisfying lives. It's the... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Our Towns Calendar: 10/2donations of used books before this date and they can be dropped off at the fro
The Toledo Blade / Posted 15 days ago
donations of used books before this date and they can be dropped off at the front desk. ● Day of the Dead Dash 5K fund-raiser starting and finishing in the city parking lot at Thompson Museum, 212 W. Main St., Hudson (behind Rumors), 4... Read more
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The Oakland Press
Portion of Brooksie Way proceeds donated to charitiesabout one race day one day a year. Each year a portion of the proceeds are giv
The Oakland Press / Posted 22 days ago
about one race day one day a year. Each year a portion of the proceeds are given to Oakland County charities that inspire healthy lifestyles. The money is typically divided into $2,000 mini-grants. This year because it’s the 10th anniversary, one... Read more
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The Oakland Press
Portion of proceeds donated to charitiesabout one race day one day a year. Each year a portion of the proceeds are giv
The Oakland Press / Posted 23 days ago
about one race day one day a year. Each year a portion of the proceeds are given to Oakland County charities that inspire healthy lifestyles. The money is typically divided into $2,000 mini-grants. This year because it’s the 10th anniversary, one... Read more
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MLive.com
Senate health-care plan would cost Michigan billions in lost funding, studies sayproposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act could impact more than a
MLive.com / Posted 25 days ago
proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act could impact more than a quarter of the state's population -.- those Michigan residents covered by Medicaid or programs created by the ACA. The Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson bill would change... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Seizures drove Jerry Kill out of coaching. He's back, and so are theyinto Rutgers' season. Kill had a seizure in the Rutgers football office Sept.
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
into Rutgers' season. Kill had a seizure in the Rutgers football office Sept. 10, the morning after a home loss to Eastern Michigan. He played down the severity of the episode, which sent him to the hospital overnight, and said he wished it had not... Read more

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