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  • Ebola outbreak tests states' quarantine powers

    Ebola outbreak tests states' quarantine powers
    Maryland law enables state Health Secretary Joshua Sharfstein to order sheriffs or police to enforce a policy requiring monitoring and possible quarantine of those at risk of bringing the Ebola virus into the state. But the law also allows for appeals...
  • La enfermera en cuarentena por ébola y el estado de Maine llegan a un acuerdo

    La enfermera en cuarentena por ébola y el estado de Maine llegan a un acuerdo
    El estado de Maine y una enfermera estadonidense que trató a víctimas del virus del ébola en África Occidental llegaron a un acuerdo el lunes que le permite a la trabajadora sanitaria viajar libremente, pero le exige que se controle rigurosamente e...
  • Inject some sanity into Ebola reaction

    Inject some sanity into Ebola reaction
    Nurse Kaci Hickox is still at large, despite efforts by two governors to put her back in captivity. As such, she has become a threat to public health or a hero to the cause of freedom, science and good sense, depending on your point of view. Good,...
  • Maine nurse Kaci Hickox to leave state after Ebola quarantine ends: report

    Maine nurse Kaci Hickox to leave state after Ebola quarantine ends: report
    A nurse who treated Ebola patients in West Africa and publicly fought quarantine orders in New Jersey and Maine after returning to the United States last month has decided to move away from her home state, a newspaper in Maine reported. Kaci Hickox and...
  • Free of Ebola, New York City doctor to be released from hospital

    Free of Ebola, New York City doctor to be released from hospital
    A New York City doctor who was diagnosed with Ebola after working with patients in West Africa will be released on Tuesday from a hospital where he has been treated for the disease, the hospital said. Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, had been held in isolation in...
  • Bears are on the ballot in Maine as hunting methods are debated

    Bears are on the ballot in Maine as hunting methods are debated
    It has been a big year for bears in the news, especially in Maine, where voters on Nov. 4 face a question that has bedeviled other bear-heavy states: how to keep the species’ population at bay in the face of pressure from animal rights groups...
  • Republican Walker gains in Wisconsin, Brownback struggles in Kansas

    New polls have clarified the status of some of the nation's most competitive races for governor, with Republican Gov. Scott Walker apparently gaining ground in Wisconsin and another prominent conservative Republican, Gov. Sam Brownback, receiving more bad...
  • O'Malley pitches 'O'Team' for midterm fundraising

    O'Malley pitches 'O'Team' for midterm fundraising
    Gov. Martin O'Malley is soliciting campaign cash for five Democrats in competitive midterm races this year, a group his federal political action committee is branding the "O'Team." O'Malley, who has been crisscrossing the country as he considers a run...
  • Another GOP state may be signing up for Medicaid, and the reason is obvious

    Reports out of Cheyenne say that Wyoming is finally talking to federal officials about expanding Medicaid.  That would make Wyoming the 12th state with a Republican governor to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, leaving 16 with GOP...
  • Medicaid expansion is the final battle in war over Obamacare

    The final battles of any war often are the bloodiest. They're waged by the last holdouts, dead-enders desperate to prove to themselves and their dwindling followers that their efforts were not in vain. The final battle of the war over the Affordable...
  • Another storm slams New England, extending winter of discontent

    March is supposed to come in like a lion and exit like a lamb. But like so many things in 2014's winter of our discontent, that exit thing just ain’t working out like it was supposed to. A spring storm on Wednesday brought fierce and challenging...