Arizona health officials are pushing a new curriculum aimed at slowing the opioid overdose epidemic from the medicine prescribing angle. Another way to try and do that is being tested out by resident doctors by training their peers in using some of those same ideas of empathetic pain and addiction treatment.
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Unless the Mexican government takes dramatic actions, members of a miner’s union are again threatening to take over one of the country’s largest mines. In recent months, Section 65 had called off similar threats as negotiations with government officials proceeded.
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Trump Attacks Congresswomen At N.C. Rally, As Crowd Chants 'Send Her Back'
President Trump piled on four freshmen congresswomen of color after tweeting this weekend that they should "go back" to the countries they came from, even though three were born in the U.S.
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There is considerable disagreement over terms of the deal, which will be detailed in a second agreement yet to be signed.
New York Landlords Call Rent Control Laws An 'Illegal Taking' In New Federal Lawsuit
Last month, housing advocates in New York celebrated sweeping new laws that established rent control permanently. Now, landlords say rent limits are unconstitutional.
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House Holds Attorney General And Commerce Secretary In Contempt Over Census Probe
Democrats have demanded documents related to the origins of Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. The effort to add the question was ultimately halted.