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If you’re someone who worries about how first responders and hospitals in your town would perform after a hurricane like Sandy, a Joplin tornado, an anthrax mailing, an outbreak of bird flu or other health threat, a new study has some pointers: stay away from Kansas and Montana.

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Question by thume516: So, how many of you were convinced the Affordable Healthcare Act would be overturned?
Does it make you sad? Maybe you should actually read up on the actual bill and not buy into what Fox is telling you, there’s a reason it passed, because it’s damn good legislation.

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Answer by brian2412
I was hoping there were enough justices on the Court who valued liberty and freedom.

Unfortunately, I was wrong and Barack the Longshanks strikes another blow to American citizens.

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Question by sassyga: How many people out there would love a health care insurance exchange, where you can buy insurance on your own?
and not have to choose a job based on benefits, and you could switch jobs without worrying about losing coverage. Why would people be against this, unless they are part of a union and do not want everyone to have great benefits like they do?

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Answer by Reality has a Liberal Bias
That would be terrific.

Republicans are working hard to give insurance companies the ability to raise premiums 39%. This just happened in California.

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RIOTS in INDIA’s FINANCIAL CAPITAL Mumbai: MUSLIM RELIGION vs POLICE! 2 DEAD many INJURED MUMBAI,India—Two people died and dozens were injured in clashes Saturdayin India’s financial capital between police and thousands of Muslims who were protesting the deaths of Muslimsinrioting last monthin the country’s northeast, police said. Police fired gunsinto the air and used bamboo batons to disperse the protesters, who threw rocks and damaged about a dozen buses and police vans. Police Commissioner Arup Patnaik said two protesters died frominjuries sustainedin the clashes, but had not been shot. Another 52 people,including 44 police officers, wereinjuredin the clashes, he said. He said the protesters also burned three TV broadcasting vans, complaining that media coverage of last month’sriotingin Assam state was biased against the Muslim victims. Therioting between ethnic Bodos and Muslim settlers mainlyinvolved land rights. At least 53 people died and about 400000 were forced to flee their homes and take shelterin government-run relief camps. Therioting now is mostly under control. The Bodos and the Muslim settlers, who mostly came from the former East Pakistan before it became Bangladeshin 1971, have clashed repeatedly over the years but the recent violence is the worst since the mid-1990s. Tags: 2012 massreport147 breaking news media report India financial capital Mumbai banks credit cards international business wealth economy economic markets gold silver bullion violent
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Police fire and SHOOT and leave many Shiite protesters Qatif Saudi Arabia WOUNDED, POLICE BRUTALITY

Police open fire and SHOOT and leave many demonstrators Qatif Saudi Arabia WOUNDED, POLICE BRUTALITY Several demonstrators have been wounded in Saudi Arabia’s eastern district of Qatif after security forces opened fire on protesters. Officers fired live rounds at demonstrators who carried posters of those injured and arrested earlier this month. Spokesmen for the Saudi Interior Ministry said several people were burning tires during the protests, and several arrests were made. Among those arrested today was Mohammed al-Shakhuri, who is on a list of the country’s 23 most-wanted people, Al-Manar News reported. Witnesses said Shakhuri was taken to a military hospital with bullet wounds in his back and neck. “There were no casualties,” the Interior Ministry said in a statement. Clashes between police and protesters have increased in recent days, following the deaths of two protesters earlier this month. Protests began in Saudi Arabia last March, when a Shia uprising in neighbouring Bahrain was crushed by Gulf troops, led by Saudi Arabia. Demonstrations escalated earlier this month, after a prominent Shia cleric was arrested for being what the interior ministry deemed an “instigator of sedition.”His detainment has been the source of widespread demonstrations demanding an end to sectarian discrimination in the region. Shia Muslims have long complained of marginalization at the hands of Saudi Arabia’s Sunni ruling family. They were demanding greater rights and an end to what they
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BOULDER, Colo. (Reuters) – The University of Colorado sought on Friday to clamp down on a huge annual marijuana fest, but after initially restricting access to the school, police later stood back and watched hundreds of people light up in a campus field.

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Obama's health overhaul lags in many states
This is the year that will make or break the health care law. States were supposed to be partners in carrying out the biggest safety net expansion since Medicare and Medicaid, and the White House claims they're making steady progress.
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Entrepreneurs underwhelmed by healthcare law, poll finds
Entrepreneurs are concerned about the impact President Obama's healthcare law will have on their small businesses, according to a recent poll conducted for the US Chamber of Commerce by Harris Interactive. Nearly three-quarters (74 percent) said the …
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Obama to shift strategy on healthcare in 2012
“I have heard rumors that a few of you still have concerns about our new healthcare law,” the president told Congress last year, a line that attracted bipartisan laughs. “So let me be the first to say that anything can be improved.
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Some people with depression symptoms may not tell their family doctor about their issues, often out of worry they will be placed on an antidepressant, a study said.

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