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Media outlets report on news from Texas, Colorado, Minnesota, Kansas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Ohio, Atlanta, Missouri, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Media outlets report on news from Florida, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Nebraska, Texas, Ohio, Tennessee, Kansas, California, Virginia and Michigan.
Media outlets report on news from Florida, Arizona, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, California, Virginia, Georgia, Wisconsin, Ohio and Texas.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom projects a massive $21.5 billion surplus as growth slows for Medi-Cal. State legislature news comes out of New York, Georgia and Virginia, as well.
Media outlets report on news from California, Idaho, Massachusetts, Georgia, Arizona, Florida, Missouri, Arkansas, Maryland, Texas, Philadelphia and Virginia.
“It is obviously difficult to demonstrate a causal link between statements by a public figure and schoolyard bullying. Nevertheless, there are incidents in which youth made threats and jeering statements that closely matched language used by President Trump,” the study found. Other mental health news comes out of New Hampshire, Texas and Louisiana.
Media outlets report on news from Georgia, Massachusetts, Missouri, Delaware, California, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Texas, Pennsylvania and Florida.
Media outlets report on news from New Hampshire, Texas, Virginia, Florida, Michigan, Georgia, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, Maryland, Alabama, Tennessee, Colorado and Minnesota.
Media outlets report on news from Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, South Carolina, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, New Hampshire, Texas, California, Oregon Kansas, and Louisiana.
As the new year begins, media outlets look at health care news coming out of state capitols across the country.
A Phoenix Police Department spokesman, Sgt. Tommy Thompson, said only that the “the matter is under investigation.” He declined to confirm whether the case involved a sexual assault against the patient at the Hacienda HealthCare facility. The Arizona Department of Health Services is also looking into institution.
The divided Congress is unlikely to move the ball forward on health care in the next two years, so major policy changes may come from the states. But that could create a landscape where health care differs greatly from state to state, like in the days before the Affordable Care Act.
Media outlets report on news from California, Florida, Minnesota, New Jersey, Missouri, Georgia, Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, New York and Massachusetts.
Media outlets take a look at some of the first things state legislatures and governors want to tackle in the new year.
Horry County Deputy Stephen Flood and Deputy Joshua Bishop were transporting 45-year-old Wendy Newton and 43-year-old Nicolette Green from a hospital to other facilities when their van was overtaken by floodwaters caused by Hurricane Florence. The deputies were unable to rescue the women from the overturned van.
Media outlets report on news from Georgia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Kansas, Maryland, Colorado, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Ohio, Texas, Missouri and Florida.
Media outlets report on news from New Jersey, Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, Louisiana, Arizona, Massachusetts, Oregon, California, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Nebraska, Minnesota, Washington, Georgia, Florida, New Hampshire and Colorado.
News outlets take a look at some of the health-related laws enacted across the country as of Jan. 1, as well as other news from the state capitols.
The Joint Commission, a nonprofit private body authorized by the government to review hospital performance, has long held an accrediting monopoly. It’s in charge of inspecting nearly 90 percent of the country’s psychiatric hospitals. But it revokes or denies accreditation to only a very small percentage of them. Other news on safety and quality comes out of Texas and Maryland.
Media outlets report on news from Hawaii, Massachusetts, Louisiana, California, Texas, New Hampshire, Ohio, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iowa and Florida.