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A worker at an alternative health services cannabis dispensary rolls a marijuana cigarette.
A POLITICO reporter and 2022 National Fellow wants to hear about the barriers people are facing in using medical cannabis.
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Raymond Galloway, a cook who’s been jailed for having small amounts of drugs, supports the new law.
The change follows a Sun-Times/Better Government Association investigation last year that documented the impact of “dead end” drug arrests in which people are briefly locked up, only to see the charges soon dismissed.
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While the market is crowded with companies claiming their products meaningfully improve health — especially for underserved groups — there is still no standard slate of metrics to evaluate them.
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Government agencies do a poor job of gathering Native-specific data. A reporter finds that a turn to narrative storytelling can help bridge the gaps.
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Michigan educators have secluded and restrained students nearly 94,000 times over the past five school years, a Free Press investigation found.
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The only times Veronica Olds, 30, has had health insurance across the last dozen years has been when she is pregnant. A mother o
Across the state, 16,000 adults are uninsured because they can’t afford private coverage, but their incomes disqualify them from Medicaid.
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 If a majority of the state votes in support of Amendment D on Nov. 8, South Dakota will expand Medicaid by July 1 and an additi
A new state poll finds that supporters currently outweigh the opposition, but a large percentage have not made up their minds.
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President Joe Biden got his booster as part of a push to prepare the U.S. for winter.
Also, cold weather brings worries about three respiratory viruses, and new vaccine ads target underserved populations.
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Artist Marti McKee at Shipyard Studios
A childhood in Soviet Ukraine, a toxic military site, the former Mount Avisadero— multitude of histories in work of 300 artists
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A reporter spent a lot of time standing outside tiny home communities, trying to catch people coming and going. Eventually it paid off.
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Despite growing demand for mental health services for children, the mental health field has failed at recruiting enough professi
“Folks need to be served by people who look like them and who maybe had some of their life experiences," as one coalition leader put it.
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