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Boy Scout Food Drive Sees Drop in Collections, Still Bringing Nearly 60,000 Food Items to District Stores | local news

With inflation soaring, the 38th Annual Boy Scouts for Food Drive has dwindled in donations in the Osage-area Boy Scouts of America. A total of 59,218 items were donated to the district, which includes Franklin, Crawford, and parts of southern Warren County within the Washington School District. Of those, 51,878 were picked up by Scouts …

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Increase in the number of people seeking HealthCare.gov coverage, according to HHS | dad

The Biden administration announced Tuesday that it is seeing a significant increase in new customers purchasing private health insurance for 2023 from the Affordable Care Act marketplace. Almost 3.4 million people signed up for coverage – an increase of 17% compared to the same period last year. The increase in enrollment comes as the number …

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What health systems need to understand about home care, says the CMO of the medical home

When people hear the word “home care”, many still think that this method of care is only for elderly patients with multiple diseases who need a visiting nurse to come to their homes and check them after they are discharged from the hospital. But home care is much more than that. Health care systems and …

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Biden opens the holidays, pardons chocolate and turkey fries

By DARLENE SUPERVILLE, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday continued a 75-year tradition of pardoning a pair of Thanksgiving turkeys named after his favorite flavor of ice cream while cracking jokes about his party’s better-than-expected performance politics in this month’s midterm elections. “The votes are there, they’ve been counted and verified,” …

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Washington tribes wary as Indigenous child welfare law challenged in Supreme Court

Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks/The Seattle Times For more than 40 years, federal law has required states to give preference to Native families when placing Native American children who are to be adopted or placed in foster care. Now, a case in the United States Supreme Court could change that. Tribes in Washington are watching the court eagerly …

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