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Study shows reasons why some Illinoisans not vaccinated

A new study is revealing some of the reasons why Illinoisans have yet to get vaccinated against COVID-19. According to the Illinois Department of Public Health, 6.6…

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Leader of California’s Muscular Obamacare Exchange to Step Down

Peter Lee, who has steered California’s Affordable Care Act marketplace since late 2011 and helped mold it into a model of what the federal health…

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Federal judge issues injunction against New York’s mandatory vaccination order for health care workers

A federal judge in New York on Tuesday issued a temporary injunction blocking the state from mandating health care workers get a COVID-19 vaccine in…

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How Fauci and the NIH Got Ahead of the FDA and CDC in Backing Boosters

In January — long before the first jabs of covid-19 vaccine were even available to most Americans — scientists working under Dr. Anthony Fauci at…

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NYC teacher vaccine mandate expands to all charter schools

Staff at every New York City charter school will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or face removal from their schools’ payroll, city officials…

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Elections officials ask Congress for billions to fund election security

State elections officials from across the country are pushing Congress to slip in tens of billions of dollars in election integrity spending into the budget….

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18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic – a retrospective in 7 charts

A year and a half into what the World Health Organization officially declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020, it’s an understatement to say that Americans are…

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Perilous situation for Afghan allies left behind shows a refugee system that’s not up to the job

President Joe Biden has hailed the end of the U.S. engagement in Afghanistan as a historic achievement, with 120,000 people evacuated by air. Behind the widely…

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Representatives from Connecticut’s business, health communities applaud Biden’s vaccine initiative

Members of the business and medical communities in Connecticut are applauding President Joe Biden’s proposed mandate for large businesses to have their employees vaccinated against…

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Health Care Unions Defending Newsom From Recall Will Want Single-Payer Payback

Should Gavin Newsom survive the Republican-driven attempt to oust him from office, the Democratic governor will face the prospect of paying back supporters who coalesced…

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