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Minnesota lawmakers began new push to kill medical device tax
Minneapolis Star Tribune
WASHINGTON – Minnesotans from both parties in Congress are leading a new fight to undo a multibillion-dollar medical device tax levied under President Obama’s health care overhaul, signaling a growing urgency for an industry that includes hundreds of
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
San Leandro medical center closed, doctor faces felony charges
KTVU San Francisco
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley and California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said Wednesday that they have shut down the As Soon As Possible Medical Center in San Leandro, calling it a “bogus medical center.” O’Malley also said
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Waiting game now for Lanny Swerdlow, Riverside medical marijuana dispensary
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Lanny Swerdlow said he founded the Inland Empire Patients Wellness Center to provide patients access to medical marijuana, but Riverside officials have attempted to close it because dispensaries are prohibited under the city’s zoning ordinance
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NYC medical examiner retires
Wall Street Journal
New Mexico’s chief medical investigator, Dr. Ross Zumwalt, said Hirsch also oversaw major advancements in DNA identification and mass-fatality response operations. ___. Information from: The New York Times, http://www.nytimes.com. —Copyright 2013
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Bill seeks to mandate labeling of medical pot
Arizona Daily Star
PHOENIX – A state legislator wants to make sure marijuana-laced food products sold at dispensaries are clearly labeled to make sure children who find one of dad’s medicinal lollipops know not to pop it in their mouths. Sen. Kimberly Yee, R-Phoenix
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Liberty Medical Supply, Inc. in Port St. Lucie possibly violated WARN Act
WPTV
Liberty Medical Supply in Port St. Lucie announced in December that the company nationwide was laying off hundreds from their Port St. Lucie and Salem, Virginia companies. The federal Worker Adjustment and Retaining Notification Act, also known as the
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WPTV
Wexner Medical Center considers adding spine and brain hospital
OSU – The Lantern
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center received $2 million to hire consultants to plan renovations expected to take place after the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute and Critical Care Center is completed.
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Chain buying Bayfront Medical Center under scrutiny, but riding high
Tampabay.com
ST. PETERSBURG — What with an ongoing federal investigation, high-profile lawsuits and a 60 Minutes report alleging improprieties in its emergency room practices, the hospital chain that wants to buy Bayfront Medical Center has seen its share of
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Tampabay.com
NM medical board to rule on complaint against one of nation’s few late-term
Newser
Nearly two years later, the intimate details of her medical treatment, her mental state, her religion and family status have become public as part of a state medical board probe that was initiated not by the patient, but by anti-abortion activists with
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Medecins Sans Frontieres sees ‘acute medical needs’ in western Myanmar
Press TV
The medical aid agency, which is also known as Medecins Sans Frontieres, warned on Thursday that tens of thousands of displaced Muslims in Rakhine were unable to access emergency medical care. MSF general director Arjan Hehenkamp said, “It is
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Intercoastal planning $6.5M medical facility at Lakewood Ranch
Bradenton Herald
LAKEWOOD RANCH — Intercoastal Medical Group is moving forward with plans to develop a 25,400-square-foot, two-story medical office building at Lakewood Ranch Boulevard and Rangeland Parkway. The $6.5 million project, now working its way through
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Bradenton Herald
Rep. John Mica calls situation with VA Medical Center ‘critical’
Central Florida News 13
The congressman said he plans to meet with both sides next week to find a way to move forward. An Orlando hearing in August with the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs also discussed issues with the construction of the medical center. Read testimony
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Central Florida News 13
Medical sleuthing finds a killer that was stalking detective
STLtoday.com
Detective James Monroe of the St. Louis County Police Department awakened one spring morning in 2008 not expecting that he’d spend the best part of the next three years struggling with a killer — a rare, stealthy form of heart disease. During a
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Leoni Township Planning Commission discusses medical marijuana moratorium
The Jackson Citizen Patriot – MLive.com
Enlarge J. Scott Park | jpark4@mlive.com The S.G. Health and Wellness Center is located on Fifth Street in Michigan Center on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 5, 2013. The Leoni Township Planning Commission is considering what to do about medical marijuana
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The Jackson Citizen Patriot – MLive.com
Charles Hirsch, NYC Medical Examiner, Retires; Doctor’s Work During 9/11
Huffington Post
Hirsch also worked as the chairman of forensic medicine at New York University Medical School, and his training program became highly sought after, with waiting lists of sometimes more than four years, the city said. Among his trainees are more than a
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Pottsgrove Middle School locked down briefly for ‘medical issue’
The Mercury
UPPER POTTSGROVE — After a student experienced a medical emergency, Pottsgrove Middle School’s students were locked down in their classrooms late Wednesday morning. “Essentially, we always go into a lockdown if we have a medical emergency,”
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Medical marijuana bill introduced in North Carolina
WBTV
Medical cannabis can help. Right now, people who want to use cannabis in a medical sense were forced into the black market and that shouldn’t be,” said Rep. Alexander, a democrat. Representative Alexander says the drug is great for treating chronic
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