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Know your rights: Nursing Home Quality Reform Act created a Bill of Rights for those in long-term email@example.comFor most people, home means familiar faces, rooms filled with years of memories and a measure of control over one's life. But for many older adults, home is confined to four walls in an institutional setting, where you learn to navigate a wheelchair...
“I’m glad to see Sheriff Mullendore has finally admitted that the purpose of speed cameras in school zones is to generate money, and not for the safety of our children.” — Williamsport “I, for one, am tickled to death to...
Tags: Politics, Illegal Immigrants, Voting, Elections, Social Security
President Obama and some lawmakers in Washington and Annapolis have called for increasing the minimum wage, saying it would help the working poor. So far, those calls have gained little support, even on the left: Legislation to raise Maryland’s...
“I’d like to make a comment about HCC naming the court for Coach Jim Brown. I was fortunate and blessed and privileged to be a player for him in basketball, and he not only showed me the best way to play basketball, but he also taught me...
“Here’s a question for all the Mail Call readers. Why does our country, being $16.5 trillion in the hole, keep giving all these other countries money? And they’re giving Egypt tanks, planes and $1.5 billion this year. It doesn’t...
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I always enjoy reading fellow columnist Allan Powell. His columns are always thought-provoking and well-written. His recent column titled “The decline and fall of the Republican Party” was particularly interesting. In his column, he writes...
West Virginia officials face a tough challenge as they seek new ways to fund child care assistance for low-income families: an estimated $400 million gap between projected revenues and spending for the next budget year. The state is scheduled on Jan. 1...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChild care providers, mothers and the concerned public gathered Friday morning in front of the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library to rally against West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s proposed budget cuts to child care subsidies to poor...
A California bill that would fine large companies whose employees rely on Medicaid has Darden Restaurants so worried that the company's chief executive officer recently visited state lawmakers to lobby against it. The Orlando-based owner of Olive...
I realize that members of Congress have to suspend their sense of irony just to get through the day, but I'm still having trouble understanding how the House could consider cutting food stamps in the name of personal responsibility while creating new...
For more than a decade, Chicago Tap Theatre has pioneered its own genre of summer entertainment in the form of the "tap opera," a tale told with lean narrative and lots of clickety-clacking feet. "Mama's Boy," the troupe's 11th entry, plays Friday...
Tags: Music, Music Theater, Theater, Ken Burns, Maxwell Street
LONDON — After years of unrelenting austerity, Europe seems to have turned a corner on its debt crisis — right into a dead-end street. Since the turmoil erupted in 2009, countries from Ireland to Greece have focused almost exclusively on...
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