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Benton Harbor Emergency Manager ignores city food issues

When horticulturist and retired teaching assistant Emma Kinnard had trouble securing water for the children’s garden she coordinates in Benton Harbor she asked the city’s emergency manager, Joe Harris, for help. “He told me that water was the least of his concerns,” she said.
Jul 31, 2020

Benton Harbor Emergency Manager ignores city food issues

Benton Harbor Emergency Manager ignores city food issues

When horticulturist and retired teaching assistant Emma Kinnard had trouble securing water for the children’s garden she coordinates in Benton Harbor she asked the city’s emergency manager, Joe Harris, for help. “He told me that water was the least of his concerns,” she said.
When horticulturist and retired teaching assistant Emma Kinnard had trouble securing water for the children’s garden she coordinates in Benton Harbor she asked the city’s emergency manager, Joe Harris, for help. “He told me that water was the least of his concerns,” she said.
Jul 31, 2020

Catholics plan large scale anti-gay marriage push

Catholics plan large scale anti-gay marriage push

At its June meeting last week, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced it was ramping up a campaign against same-sex marriage. Bishop Salvatore J.
At its June meeting last week, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced it was ramping up a campaign against same-sex marriage. Bishop Salvatore J.
Jul 31, 2020

Poll: 66 percent of Americans agree with HHS birth control decision

Poll: 66 percent of Americans agree with HHS birth control decision

According to a recent Kaiser Health Tracking Poll conducted by Public Opinion and Survey Research Program, 66 percent of Americans agree with the federal government’s recent decision to include birth control in its list of preventative services. # The Department of Health and Human services recently included contraception in a list of preventive care under the Affordable Care Act. Because of this decision, women will have their birth control covered by their insurance without co-payments
According to a recent Kaiser Health Tracking Poll conducted by Public Opinion and Survey Research Program, 66 percent of Americans agree with the federal government’s recent decision to include birth control in its list of preventative services. # The Department of Health and Human services recently included contraception in a list of preventive care under the Affordable Care Act. Because of this decision, women will have their birth control covered by their insurance without co-payments
Jul 31, 2020
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