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Well, no. Reps. Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.) and Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) have reportedly worked on an amendment that would restore essential health benefits that already exist in the ACA into the Republican alternative, while targeting a " community rating " provision that would hurt Americans with pre-existing conditions .
  • Golf ball pieces from harvest cause hash brown recall

    Golf ball pieces from harvest cause hash brown recall

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    Bag of Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns (UPC 001115055019) and Harris Teeter Brand, 2 lb. Harris Teeter products are distributed in Virginia, the District of Columbia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Delaware, Florida, Georgia and Maryland.
  • China's 1Q economic growth ticks higher to 6.9 percent

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    House prices in Shenzhen, a southern metropolis neighboring Hong Kong, slid 0.3 percent. Spending by the central and local governments rose 21 percent from a year earlier. Among the 15 first-tier and second-tier cities surveyed, six cities saw a month-on-month price decline in March and six saw price gains of less than 0.5 percent.
  • What Ontario's new housing plan means for renters

    What Ontario's new housing plan means for renters

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    The main reason house prices are skyrocketing in Toronto (the price of an average detached home is now over $1 million and has risen 33 per cent in the past year) isn't that there aren't enough government taxes on real estate. Tenants in newer units have complained of dramatic spikes in rent. London and NY have shown that rent controls are a disincentive to building new units, because they curtail the potential return on investment for pension funds and other investors in these kinds of ...
  • If You Respect Your Barista, Don't Order The Unicorn Frappuccino

    If You Respect Your Barista, Don't Order The Unicorn Frappuccino

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    Katy Perry tried Starbucks' new unicorn frappuccino in a Snapchat video on Thursday, April 20, but we get the feeling she didn't exactly enjoy it. Again, good luck, and if you're trying to avoid sugar for whatever reason, stay strong. The limited-edition drink officially debuted Wednesday and has since taken social media-and thousands of Starbucks locations in the USA -by storm.
  • Medical examiner won't give Aaron Hernandez's brain to his family

    Medical examiner won't give Aaron Hernandez's brain to his family

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    Chief medical examiner Dr. Henry N. Nields concluded that the cause of death was asphyxia by hanging. The first person to enter was a correction officer at 3:03 a.m., according to officials. Massachusetts Department of Correction spokesman Christopher Fallon said he was not aware of any suicide note and said officials had no reason to believe Hernandez was suicidal.
  • Record Support for Pot Legalization

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    Twenty years later, in 2017, 50% of Americans said they've tried it. CBS notes that support for marijuana legalization is particularly strong among the under-35 crowd. The feds set an implementation date of no later than July, 2018. Another poll, published by researchers from Quinnipiac University, shows consistent results with the one conducted by CBS .
  • Auburn police to collect unused prescription drugs for disposal

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    Since starting the program in 2010, the DEA has taken in almost 6 million pounds of unwanted, unneeded or expired medications. The free and anonymous service is part of a nationwide initiative, said Sheriff Donna Tompkins. Throwing medication in the trash or flushing it down the toilet pose potential health and safety hazards. Normally, the cost is $3 a pound for the sharps collection.
  • Hernandez Family Heard About Death on Twitter

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    Sheff says the Lloyd family intends to fight like hell for that money. That evidence is relevant to potential legal action for negligent supervision related to the custody of Hernandez, Leontire said. "We don't know what those suicide notes say, if they are suicide notes". If true, Leontire said, that would be a "extraordinary violation" of procedure.
  • Rise in asylum seekers crossing into Canada seen with warmer weather

    Rise in asylum seekers crossing into Canada seen with warmer weather

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    Fisher said a search of a home in Regina, Saskatchewan linked to Omoruyi uncovered a stash of cash and other unspecified evidence. Officials with U.S. According to reports, other suspects were detained on the U.S. side of the border in connection with the same incident. The charges against Omoruyi have not been proven in court.
  • Trump says strong Europe 'very important'

    Trump says strong Europe 'very important'

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    A group of American psychiatrists have warned that US President Donald Trump has a "dangerous mental illness" and is unfit to lead the country. Trump said he considers getting rid of ISIS the United States' primary role. Italy was a staunch backer of a proposed U.S. "I love the word 'reciprocal, ' because we don't have too many reciprocal trading partnerships, I will tell you that, but we will very soon".
  • Police officer creates attractive portrait to honor Facebook murder victim

    Police officer creates attractive portrait to honor Facebook murder victim

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    In it, he said, "I snapped, I just snapped". On Tuesday, the so-called "Facebook Killer", Steve W. Stephens, shot and killed himself after a police chase. In January, four black people in Chicago were accused of attacking an 18-year-old disabled white man and broadcasting the assault on the service while making anti-white racial taunts.