Chicken Salad Chick's Second Montgomery Location One Week Away

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Chicken Salad Chick's Second Montgomery Location One Week Away
Stacy quickly learned that selling a homemade recipe from her kitchen is against the law, and after being shut down by the health department, she decided to solicit the business expertise of her future husband and fellow founder, Kevin Brown. Together …
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Mount Everest Climbers in Limbo in Wake of Deadly Avalanche

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Mount Everest Climbers in Limbo in Wake of Deadly Avalanche
Janow has a group of 12 climbers awaiting answers at base camp. … Janow said the decision ultimately belongs to the Sherpas, who have threatened to boycott if Nepal's government doesn't provide more insurance money and financial aid for victims.
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RI task force says flaws in medical marijuana law pose safety risks
About 15 members from the group plan to testify Wednesday during a hearing before the House Committee on Judiciary on bills that would amend the medical marijuana statute. … The health department issues certification cards to patients and caregivers.
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Nevada Offers Rare Deal: Year-Round Sales Of Health Plans
In a statement following the announcement of the extra time to sign up through the federal exchange, America's Health Insurance Plans, a trade group for the insurance industry, urged that any extension be limited. "This helps to ensure there is an …
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Attention, Uninsured: Deadline Looming ; Pitts, Meehan Votes Local

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Attention, Uninsured: Deadline Looming ; Pitts, Meehan Votes Local
England is the director of the Pennsylvania chapter of Enroll America, a nonprofit working to get as many people onto health insurance as possible. His organization and many others are putting all … The Obama administration hopes to have 7 million …
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Oklahoma's US Senate candidates speak on panel

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Oklahoma's US Senate candidates speak on panel
During a town hall-style forum before more than 200 people hosted by a grass-roots conservative group in Oklahoma City, Brogdon attempted to separate himself from two-term U.S. Rep. James Lankford and former … But Brogdon, who previously owned a …
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Long-term care: Why your location really matters
For example, the national median cost of a private nursing home this year is $ 87,600 – but it's $ 155,125 in Connecticut, $ 87,180 in Ohio and $ 57,487 in Oklahoma. "The differences are driven by general demand and supply of labor, the cost of living and …
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Court to weigh challenge to ban on campaign lies
This election season, the anti-abortion group says it's moving ahead with plans to purchase billboards in opposition to Democratic U.S. senators in Arkansas, Louisiana and North Carolina; those states have similar laws banning false campaign speech …
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Clark County groups to launch workforce initiative

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Clark County groups to launch workforce initiative
“It's based off a need for entry-level to college workforce investment,” said Amy Donahoe, director of hiring & employer services for the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce. “It's something we hear from all of the employers … It's not just a …
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Repealing Obamacare One Provision at a Time
Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) came under fire this weekend after the Drudge Report linked to an Associated Press article using the headline "Republicans expand Obamacare." And reading the AP article, one can see why Drudge … According to the CBO, a one …
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Frack attack: Obama endangers energy supply

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Frack attack: Obama endangers energy supply
These groups are fearful that the “voluntary strategies” to reduce methane emissions by 25 percent by 2020 in dairy farms and feed lots will put additional burdens on these industries and drive some smaller operators out of business. Americans will see …
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America's Workers: Stressed Out, Overwhelmed, Totally Exhausted
In talking about busyness what I found fascinating was spending time in Fargo, North Dakota, of all places, where the researcher Ann Burnett has spent her career tracking the rise of busyness and living a fast-paced life as signs of importance and …
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" Federal Judge Orders TX to Produce Legislative Docs That May Prove Polling

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" Federal Judge Orders TX to Produce Legislative Docs That May Prove Polling
More Good 'Obamacare' News for Terrified Dems. Will Democrats continue to run scared, or will they embrace the unrelenting string of encouraging Affordable Care Act successes as we head into the 2014 mid-terms?… 'Green News Report' 4/17/14 …
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Tech Tips: Add 2nd layer of protection online

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Tech Tips: Add 2nd layer of protection online
NEW YORK (AP) — If the Heartbleed security threat teaches us anything, it's that passwords don't offer total protection. Browsers are supposed to … This has occasionally meant getting off my couch to grab my phone from the charger, but that's a …
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Why Are So Many Silicon Valley Companies Valued in the Billions?
In HBO's new technology-business satire Silicon Valley, the bumbling protagonist Richard Hendricks stumbles upon an algorithm that compresses large digital files into smaller ones without sacrificing their quality. Hendricks is promptly offered $ 10 …
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CorvisaCloud nets million, will add up to 100 new jobs
Novation (OTCQB: NOVC) last week sold Streetlinks to New York City-based insurance giant Assurant Inc. for $ 60 million in cash, plus a potential earn-out payment of up to $ 12 million post-closing based on StreetLinks' future performance, according to …
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Everybody Has A Price: Why This 'Invincible' Chose Insurance

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Everybody Has A Price: Why This 'Invincible' Chose Insurance
But when Stevens called the toll-free line for Covered California, the state's insurance marketplace, "I waited four minutes," he says. "It was a piece of cake." The operator … "It wasn't a one-stop shop," Stevens says. When he finally called the …
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Conway firm seeks to extend use of its face recognition technology
According to Paul Schuepp, Animetrics' president and CEO, “there is an unmet need in the marketplace for accurate, powerful face recognition APIs. We will give developers access to our facial biometric technology to drive development of creative …
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Valleywide Health News, April 24-30

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Valleywide Health News, April 24-30
Michael Yuen, a University of Nevada student and Valley Hospital dietetic intern, shares healthy eating tips with students from Bonner Elementary School, 765 Crestdale Lane, April 4 during the annual Teddy Bear Clinic at Summerlin Hospital Medical …
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More kids getting access to health care is a positive
Providers locally say a sizable percentage of people will continue to be served outside the bounds of any program because they do not have the money for health care insurance of any kind and/or do not have knowledge about the ACA and is offerings and …
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More diesel time
People who live and work on the small island, which is part of the city of San Francisco, questioned whether the mold is affecting their health, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Sunday. Mold is just the latest health worry for people on Treasure …
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