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When it comes to nursing home care, Medicaid is what helps foot the bill if a resident doesn’t have the financial means. But a Kaiser Health News analysis of the quality of care shows that future cuts to such a program could mean less care for residents.
The deadline for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals renewal applications is Thursday, Oct. 5, but recipients of the program have been strongly encouraged to have theirs in the mail no later than Monday, Oct. 2.
The recession had a major impact on real estate, leaving a glut of commercial space that traditional businesses couldn’t fill post-recession, that has allowed non-traditional businesses to occupy the space. One of the more notable examples is the cannabis industry which has grown exponentially over the last decade.
African-Americans are twice as likely as white Americans to develop Alzheimer’s disease. They’re also less likely to get a diagnosis. Education is key to raising awareness within the African American Community, and one way to do that is through the arts.
More than 40 years ago, the Vietnam War engulfed the national conversation in our countr. Today, it’s playing out again as the country watches Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s documentary on the Vietnam War. And that’s bringing up memories for many Americans who remember that tumultuous time, including Stuart Warner, editor of the Phoenix New Times.
A shortage of immigration court judges and a huge backlog of immigrant-related cases in the U.S. isn’t new. Since Donald Trump became president, the Department of Justice took steps to temporarily reassign judges in the attempt to reduce pressure on the overloaded court system. But a Politico article reports on the results of a FOIA request that reveal a lot more going on.