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Support the Vets March on Washington

Nothing seems to have angered the public quite so much as the Obama administration’s needless closure of our national war monuments and the forcible denial of access to those sites to the warriors whom they were erected to honor. In an absolutely shameful move, the administration has selected for particular abuse those who have given…

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Report: Medicaid will expand in 2014, with or without GOP support

That’s because the ACA calls for greater outreach efforts and a more efficient application process through the statewide insurance marketplaces — once they’re fully functioning, that is — which will affect even the states that did not want to expand Medicaid, the report said. By contrast, Medicaid enrollment grew by just 2.5 percent across all states in fiscal…

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After slurs, support marks 15-year anniversary of Matthew Shepard death

In this Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013 photo, the cast of “The Laramie Project” performs a dress rehearsal at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss. The Dean of Washington National Cathedral described homophobia as a sin Sunday, in remarks marking 15 years since the anti-gay killing of Matthew Shepard, but that come just days after…

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Terry McAuliffe announces support for new EPA coal regulations…

Terry McAuliffe said Tuesday that he supports new Environmental Protection Agency rules on carbon omissions, taking a clear stance for the first time on an issue that has become a key flashpoint in the Virginia governor’s race. The EPA unveiled guidelines two weeks ago that would limit the amount of carbon that future coal- and…

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Did Stem Cell Research Support Hurt Michael J. Fox’s TV Ratings?

Michael J. Fox’s return to the sitcom format that cemented his fame proved to be anything but celebratory this week. Could the actor’s political statements be to blame for The Michael J. Fox Show’s weak debut? Fox and co. got whupped by another sitcom returnee, Oscar-winning actor and erstwhile Mork from Ork Robin Williams, in…

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How Much Longer Can Earth Support Life?

Wynne Parry Discovery News September 20, 2013 Earth could continue to host life for at least another 1.75 billion years, as long as nuclear holocaust, an errant asteroid or some other disaster doesn’t intervene, a new study calculates. But even without such dramatic doomsday scenarios, astronomical forces will eventually render the planet uninhabitable. Somewhere between…

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