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CHILD SERVICES-MENTAL HEALTH DCS pilot program closes mental health gap (Information in the following story is from: The Times, http://www.thetimesonline.com) INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A pilot program to provide mental health services to children in...
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Indiana State University is considering changing its health insurance policies to reward employees who agree to health screenings and risk assessments and penalize those who use tobacco products. ISU officials tell the...
A Palm Beach County jury Thursday found three tobacco companies partly responsible for a grandmother's chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema and lung cancer death following years of suffering. They awarded more than $2 million in actual damages...
email@example.comPolice seized 310 cartons of cigarettes from a vehicle that was stopped at a Martinsburg-area Sheetz on Wednesday, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court documents. Oda Qarqat, 46, of Bogota, N.J., was arraigned Thursday on charges of no...
As thoroughly awful as everyone knows cigarettes to be — still the No. 1 cause of premature death in this country — public officials walk a blurry line when they try to reduce smoking's terrible toll. As long as they lack the will to ban...
If the government knows certain products cause severe health problems on consumers, the manufacturers should be required to have warning labels advising consumers about the risk. For example tobacco is known to cause cancer and heart related problems,...
Tags: Human Rights, Consumers, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter throat cancer took his voice box, it took David Briles three years to learn how to speak a complete sentence by burping continuously. The 59-year-old Charleston, W.Va., native never regained much of his ability to laugh again, but was determined...
RedEyeStudents, faculty and other employees of the University of Illinois at Chicago will have to kiss their tobacco products--and their electronic cigarettes--goodbye this summer thanks to a new tobacco-free campus policy that will go into effect July 1....
The Hartford CourantA federal bribery and conspiracy investigation that grew out of efforts to kill a tobacco tax at the state legislature has widened in recent months to include how the state appropriated tens of millions of dollars through bonding. The direction of the...
Tags: Middletown, U.S. Congress, Elections, Business, Prosecution
WASHINGTON (AP) — Advocates for seniors say President Barack Obama is breaking his promise to protect Social Security, while conservatives say he is breaking his promise not to raise taxes on the middle class. Obama's budget proposal includes a...
The conventional wisdom among lawmakers is that if you're going to propose a new program, you should also propose a way to pay for it. That's more fiscally responsible than simply dipping deeper into the Treasury and worrying about the consequences later....
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