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Week 4- The Players in Healthcare Policy Making: Traditional and Contemporary roles.

Within the United States, the development of healthcare policy continues to travel a long and winding road. Although the American public might assume that the president and his advisors are the primary players in public policy, the system is far more complex. 686 more words

Growing Indigenous Mobilization for the 2015 Federal Elections

A number of youth-led, grass-roots campaigns are encouraging aboriginal peoples to vote in the upcoming federal elections. A Facebook page entitled, “Winnipeg Indigenous Rock The Vote In The 42nd Federal Election Oct 19 2015″ already has around 800 members… 250 more words

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Elizabeth Gomez: Voting - Shut Up and Just Do It

Voting: Come on people JUST DO IT. Seriously, DO IT. I don’t want to be that crotchety middle-aged woman who has to get on a soap box about civic duties, but it seems that I must. 1,218 more words

Elizabeth Gomez

Today in Madonna History: January 21, 1992

On January 21 1992, a lawsuit was filed against Madonna by 3 ex-dancers: Oliver Crumes, Kevin Stea and Gabriel Trupin – they charged her with invasion of privacy, fraud and deceit, intentional misrepresentation, suppression of fact, and intentional infliction of emotional distress for exposing their private lives in her 1991 film documentary… 60 more words


Tinder for Politicos? New Political Dating App Aims at Young Voters

A few weeks ago, I had a discussion with a friend about whether she would venture to go on a second date. She had a nice time and the pair connected well on the first date. 606 more words


Make the call! Who scares you?!!

Who do you fear?

In Coupeville that’s a complicated question, as least when it comes to high school basketball referees.

Cause we fear them all. 383 more words

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No Vote, Grumble?

It’s a common Election Day refrain: No vote, no grumble.

If you didn’t cast a ballot, in other words, you have no right to complain about the decisions made by those who were elected. 610 more words