Increase insurance coverage to protect yourself and your family from common challenges

Part of the value of the law is helping citizens avoid many legal problems. The best legal problems are the ones that never happen. Here are two of the main challenges — and affordable steps to avoiding the long-term financial impact on your family because of them. Long Term Care Insurance Many of us will … Read more

Best Medical Alert Wristbands for 2022

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On government spending, Congress decides not to make a decision

Congress is supposed to complete annual appropriations bills before the fiscal year begins on October 1. But it rarely happens, and this year is no different, as lawmakers scramble to pass a short-term funding bill so they can delay the final project. Decisions until at least December. Meanwhile, focusing on the midterm elections, House Republicans … Read more

Mind Springs faces more scrutiny that CEO says baseless Western Colorado

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Clean Up Others’ Mess: A Roundup

Einglish Tuesday San Francisco Police Department On the reform partnership with US Department of Justice It was the first of three sessions on Tuesday. SFPD chief Bill Scott Staff reported only incremental progress on achieving reform goals since last spring, including revised analysis, policies, and training to remove implicit bias from policing. This led to … Read more

Germany determined to reverse the phase-out of nuclear weapons – POLITICO

German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said on Tuesday that Germany would “probably” extend the operating time of two of the three remaining nuclear power plants until April, blaming the decision on energy supply issues in France. He also announced more money for sick German energy suppliers – something that could require Finance Minister Christian Lindner … Read more