New hepatitis C drugs boast cure rates of at least 95 percent. But states are restricting their use for Medicaid patients and prisoners because the cost is so high.
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Instead of viewing them as a nuisance, local leaders have been expanding recreational infrastructure and planning efforts.
With 80 percent of the state’s licensed drivers using IDrive, scalability is a necessity.
When is it OK to use a chair to save a dug-out parking space following a blizzard?
New York City’s former chief analytics officer, Mike Flowers, also joins the program, funded by the Bloomberg Philanthropies.
In Hoosick Falls, the discovery of high levels of a synthetic chemical, PFOA, has the town avoiding the tap. What comes next?
As the global retail giant shutters 154 U.S. stores, some communities are facing huge economic redevelopment hurdles. But there are some outside-the-box ideas for filling these hard-to-fill footprints.
Initial topics include child welfare and managed care.
"In California, a juvenile–a child–can be placed in solitary confinement for a lesser act of misbehavior than an adult.”
Legislators in several states have moved to give consumers options when it comes to installing smart meters in their homes.