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What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Starting a new medical practice is a risky endeavor, and not practicing due diligence can be an especially costly mistake. Unfortunately, many practices end up spending more money than necessary because they didn’t make smart choices the first time – like attempting to do too many things by themselves. 284 more words

Ester Horowitz

Tri-state area workers and officials rally for coal

PITTSBURGH,Pa.(WYTV) — Inside of Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh, people from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia spoke out against the Environmental Protection Agencies proposed regulations…which would have a drastic impact on coal mines. 220 more words

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Tri-state area and officials rally for coal

PITTSBURGH,Pa. (WKBN) — Inside of Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh, people from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia spoke out against the Environmental Protection Agencies proposed regulations…which would have a drastic impact on coal mines. 220 more words

News

My co-op's luddite response to Airbnb and my solution

Airbnb is on my mind (and not because of their new unintentionally graphic logo).  My co-op slipped a two-page letter under the door forbidding its tenants and shareholders from becoming Airbnb hosts. 1,065 more words

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Is Europe ready for GM crops?

Scientists and farmers are keen to commercialise GM crops but regulators have “no appetite” for it, says expert.

Evidence has shown that genetically modified (GM) crops are safe for human consumption and pose no threat to the environment, yet European regulations for the cultivation and commercialisation of GM crops remain strict. 498 more words

Environment

The Hidden Reason for Americans’ Shrinking Wealth

By Allison Schrager – Starting around 2001, American families put an increasing amount of their wealth in housing and took on more debt. This came at the expense of other kinds of investments, such as nonhousing wealth, which hasn’t returned to its 2001 peak. 57 more words

United States

GAY MARRIAGE IS A STATE DECISION: TEXAS AG

AP: “Attorney General Greg Abbott’s office is arguing that the U.S. Constitution allows Texas to ban same-sex marriage to promote the birth of children in “stable, lasting relationships.” Abbott’s office filed a brief Monday with the 5th U.S. 101 more words

Politics