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Gov. JB Pritzker holds up a pair of bills that were part of the Healthcare Protection Act, which he signed into law Wednesday at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Pritzker first outlined the insurance changes in his State of the State address in February.
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New law bans practices aimed at lowering insurance payouts
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President Biden speaks to supporters at Renaissance High School on July 12, 2024 in Detroit.
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In Detroit, President Biden laid out a plan for the first 100 days of his second term, aggressively slammed his opponent -- and blamed the media for covering his stumbles.
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Melodie Parrish is the author of 8 Months of Hell: My Journey with PTSD . She spoke to Community Voices about the process of writing her book, as well as her experience with PTSD and traumatic brain injury.For more information visit: https://www.8monthsofhell.com/
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A hiker finishes her hike early to beat high temperatures on July 10, 2023, in Phoenix.
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Heat records have been crumbling this summer in the U.S., creating dangerous conditions for those exerting themselves outside. When the body gets overheated, it struggles to perform basic functions.
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