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When session starts, more money doesn't solve everything

Tax cuts and proposed spending boosts for schools and environmental programs will be made easier by a $1 billion budget surplus that Florida lawmakers are expecting when they gather Tuesday to start the 2015 legislative session. 218 more words

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What We Lose With Only Two Children Per Family - Andrew Yuengert

This is definitely an article that is food for thought. I have a younger brother and a younger sister. I have a pretty good relationship with both of them. 145 more words

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MEDI-GATE: THE TRUTH BEHIND AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE AND PROPERTY CONFISCATION

Author, Chuck Frank

Surprise, Surprise! There’s a dirty little secret attached to every Affordable Health Care mandate if the plan is “subsidized” by the government. It’s called the “asset recovery” plan which is part of the “Affordable” Health Care Act. 816 more words

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Kansas lawmakers pass raft of bills before deadline

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators have reached the midpoint of their annual session having advanced measures on gun rights and teacher union collective bargaining but having left others to languish, including ones that would legalize medical marijuana, expand the Medicaid program and limit fracking. 663 more words

NAMI Advocacy Update: February 2015

Go to NAMI.org and become a member. Follow @NAMIPolicyWonk and @DarcyGrutt on Twitter to keep up to date on mental health policy issues.

2015-02-27 | Edited by Jessica W. 647 more words

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Medicare Supplement vs Medicare Advantage

 If you’re trying to decide between a Medicare Advantage (Medicare Part C) plan and a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plan, or if you’re just unsure about the benefits each program offers, here’s a quick overview of these types of plans and how they compare. 977 more words