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After Obamacare: The Affordable Care Act And One Woman’s Struggle For Sobriety

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Alexandra Kanik | Ohio Valley ReSource As Congress considers repealing the Affordable Care Act, health professionals in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia grapple with what that might mean for a region where many depend on the law for access to care. This occasional series from the ReSource explores what’s ahead for the Ohio Valley after… Read More

Anthropologist Shane Greene: How Far Would You Take Your Rebellion?

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For the past 20 years, anthropologist Shane Greene has been researching political ecology, urban subcultures, social movements, social theory, indigenous and afro-descendent rights, music and society, and race; mostly in the geographical context of Latin America. Late last year he published Punk and Revolution: Seven More Interpretations of Peruvian Reality, via Duke Press. The book… Read More

‘Lack of Qualifications’ Causes Rejection of Democrat Appointments

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Senate Republicans have rejected a move to restore the appointments of two women with Democratic ties, saying neither gender nor political affiliation led them to block the confirmations. Senate Minority Leader Roman Prezioso of Marion tried Thursday to restore to the confirmations list state Democratic Party Chairwoman Belinda Biafore… Read More

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Ohio Auditor to Probe if E-Schools Can Track Learning Time

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s auditor has ordered a statewide examination of cyber schools’ data collection practices after his office found the state’s largest online charter school lacked adequate systems to track the time students spent learning. Republican Auditor Dave Yost says the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow’s inability to reliably capture learning durations puts the… Read More

#MACtion Update: A Recap of Thursday’s Mid-American Conference Tournament Games

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Four games took place in the Mid-American Conference Thursday night. The four winners will advance to play in today’s semifinals. Here is a look at what happened across the MAC. Akron 79, Eastern Michigan 62 In a game with seven technical fouls, the Akron Zips managed to pull away late to defeat the Eastern Michigan Eagles…. Read More

Kenny Kaminski’s Game-Winner Allows Ohio to Overcome Cold Start and Advance

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In March, the goal is to survive and advance. This is what Ohio did against the Toledo Rockets in Thursday’s Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals, thanks to Kenny Kaminski. Coach Saul Phillips elected not to call a timeout following Akron’s Steve Taylor Jr. missing the front end of his free throws. Jaaron Simmons drove down the lane… Read More

Waterford Defeats Eastern for Third Time to Advance to Regional Finals

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It is often said the hardest thing to do in sports is beat a team three times.  Trying to do it in a regional semi-final seems unlikely, but don’t tell that to the Waterford Lady Wildcats because they’ll prove you wrong like they did on Thursday night. After winning by seven in the first meeting… Read More