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Heh. He's gotta go back that far in history to find Republican presidents who helped blacks. Sad!
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Democratic U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a civil rights leader who says he doesn't see Donald Trump as a "legitimate president," should be grateful for all that Republican presidents have done for black people, GOP Gov. Paul LePage said Tuesday.
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This is great. Wonder how much the NFLPA will pick up of the cost or if the NFL will subsidize it
 
How a Mere Prick of the Finger Can Diagnose a Concussion http://bit.ly/2jFxYbY
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“Health Care Is That Certain Unalienable Right” @MsOedipaMass https://medium.com/a-different-perspective/health-care-is-that-certain-unalienable-right-604e6ee68f2
We … all…are created equal … endowed by … Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of…
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Think about the facts here. 
Abstract. Civil rights–era efforts to end disparities in health care in federally financed health programs faced three successively more difficult challenges: (1) ending Jim Crow practices, (2) eliminating more subtle forms of segregation, and (3) assuring nondiscriminatory treatment in integrated settings.
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The triumph of an economic policy agenda hostile to government economic intervention, social welfare programs, and labor organization was part of a broader shift to the right in U.S. politics. The right drew on currents in U.S. political culture pining for an imagined past of individual independence and blaming government regulation, taxation, and social programs for the perceived economic and moral decay of society. It tapped into and fueled a backlash against the civil rights and women’s liberation movements. Conservatives channeled this rage into attacks on social programs and affirmative action. It also drew on the power of nationalism, and the identification of many ordinary people with the superpower status of the United States. It promised to reverse recent blows to the national self-image—the defeat in the Vietnam War, the rise of OPEC and the oil shocks, the Iranian Revolution and hostage crisis, the apparent loss of economic dominance to international competitors—and to restore the country to its rightful place of worldwide supremacy. These were the pillars of right-wing “populism” in the 1970s and 1980s, and to a great extent remain so today.
Dollars and Sense magazine and textbooks provide analysis and opinion on economic policy and politics from a progressive political perspective
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Any #Chromebook users experience Authorization Failed on the Acer R11 when attempting to log in to Play Store? I've done both a hard reset and a powerwash to no avail.
Stable 55 and now beta 56 too
+Chris Robato​ perhaps you've had some experience with this?
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Half of the quarterback's December 2016 donations went toward the free healthcare clinic providing support to frontline #NoDAPL supporters.
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No, we shouldn’t get into the habit of delegitimizing election results we don’t like. But this time really is exceptional, and needs to be treated that way.
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+Marc O'Connor I guess it's kin to "idiocracy" but more specific? 😁 
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As health care policymakers and providers focus on eliminating the persistent racial disparities in treatment, it is useful to explore how resistance to hospital desegregation was overcome. Jackson, Mississippi, provides an instructive case study of how ...
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“Health Costs Part I: What No One Will Say in Washington This Week” https://healthcareinamerica.us/health-costs-part-i-what-no-one-will-say-in-washington-this-week-26a32b8f3a97
I think a lot about costs in health care. Some might say an unhealthy amount.
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Please take the time to watch this. With so much division in our country (and world) I think some reflection is necessary. 
Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice — and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
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Longwood Gardens is an amazing place to visit for adults and children alike. The children's fountain garden is always a great time for kids, make sure to bring a set of dry clothing for the younger children.
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Newcastle Island is a great place for a leisurely hike and some neat history.
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Rooms were nice, beds comfortable, and the roof top deck was awesome
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Clean environment, good selection, fast service
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The Curtis is a wonderful hotel in the middle of Denver. The beds were great, the room decor is funky (in a good way) and the staff is extremely helpful.
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Portion sizes are ridiculous, huge. The dish I had was great. Service was fast.
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