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The American Healthcare System: A closer look into achieving reform

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Mention the American healthcare system and you immediately envision a leader in healthcare, innovation and research leading in preventive cancer screening, highest survival rates after cancer diagnosis and one with the most advances in technology and equipment per capita. 655 more words

2017 Fiduciary Standard - The Good, The Bad, The Indifferent

Big changes on how Wall Street handles your money.  Here’s what you need to know.

State Farm has stopped the advisors from selling client’s mutual funds and variable annuity products.  2,489 more words

Retirement

Weed Advocating Reporter Who Quit On Air Facing Jail Time

This type of behavior should not result in 24 years… That’s just pure insanity.

An Alaska-based news reporter who quit her job on live television to advocate for cannabis could face 24 years behind bars. 518 more words

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: It's time for a medical marijuana revolution

Dr. Gupta puts together a compelling case towards enhancing the marijuana revolution.

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I see signs of a revolution everywhere.

I see it in the op-ed pages of the newspapers, and on the state ballots in nearly half the country. 390 more words

Interpreting what is Required for “Regular and Substantive Interaction”

As greater numbers of students move into online and competency-based education programs, we have seen new interest in understanding the Department of Education’s regulations. In particular, faculty and administrators seek to understand how the Department interprets rules requiring courses to include “regular and substantive interaction,” especially in distance and competency-based education. 2,960 more words

Regulation

Tennessee's Position on Islam Amplifies Misunderstanding by Diminishing Instruction

Huffington Post writer Antonia Blumberg’s recent post on Tennessee’s debate about the instruction of Islam offers some insights on why our country knows so little about other religions and cultures… because it’s difficult to learn about a subject that isn’t taught. 375 more words