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Moral advisors tear select’s method of reasoning for announcing Obamacare law invalid

By Devlin Barrett | The Washington Post A federal judge’s ruling declaring invalid the entire Affordable Care Act came under harsh attack Saturday from legal analysts who predicted that higher courts will reject the rationale as a tortured effort to rewrite not just the law but congressional history. The ruling in Texas came on the…

Government achieve a goals: Life like Consideration Act is illegal

By Amy Goldstein | Washington Post A federal judge in Texas threw a dagger into the Affordable Care Act on Friday, ruling that the entire health-care law is unconstitutional because of a recent change in federal tax law. The opinion by U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor overturns all of the sprawling law nationwide. The ruling…

Explain: Woman, 7, passes on in Outskirt Watch guardianship

By Nick Miroff and Robert Moore | Washington Post A 7-year-old girl from Guatemala died of dehydration and shock after she was taken into Border Patrol custody last week for crossing from Mexico into the United States illegally with her father and a large group of migrants along a remote span of New Mexico desert,…

Appropriate this is what Californians want Gavin Newsom to dispatch

Focus on universal health care and free community college. Forget high-speed rail. That’s the message from Californians for incoming Gov. Gavin Newsom, according to a new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California. The Democratic lieutenant governor won an overwhelming victory in the November election and is preparing to take office next month with a policy…

In the midst of narcotic fiasco, methamphetamine passings now on upward push

By MIKE STOBBE | The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A growing share of U.S. drug overdose deaths are being caused by methamphetamine, government health officials reported. The number of fatal overdoses involving meth more than tripled between 2011 and 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Wednesday. The percentage of overdose…

CDC cautions not to debilitate uncooked treat mixture — notwithstanding assuming it’s satisfactory

By Lindsey Bever | The Washington Post The Christmas cookies are in the oven; the mixing bowl, which is still coated with the sugary sweet dough, is calling your name. Don’t listen to it, health experts warn. With holiday baking season underway, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is once again urging people not…

Trump ends stare at the use of fetal tissue to look out ‘treatment for HIV’

By Amy Goldstein and Lenny Bernstein The Trump administration has shut down at least one government-run study that uses fetal tissue implanted into mice even before federal health officials reach a decision on whether to continue such research, which is opposed by anti-abortion groups. A senior scientist at a National Institutes of Health laboratory in…

Woman’s psyche eaten by one-celled critters from neti pot, specialists talk

SEATTLE (AP) — Doctors believe a woman who died from rare brain-eating amoebas used tap water to rinse her sinuses. The 69-year-old Seattle resident died in February after undergoing brain surgery at Swedish Medical Center. Her doctor tells The Seattle Times there was “amoeba all over the place just eating brain cells.” According to a…

Woman’s psyche eaten by single adaptable cells from neti pot, specialists murmur

SEATTLE (AP) — Doctors believe a woman who died from rare brain-eating amoebas used tap water to rinse her sinuses. The 69-year-old Seattle resident died in February after undergoing brain surgery at Swedish Medical Center. Her doctor tells The Seattle Times there was “amoeba all over the place just eating brain cells.” According to a…

Experience repellent exposure sickens Amazon specialists

By Lindsey Bever | Washington Post Dozens of workers at a sprawling Amazon warehouse in New Jersey have been sickened after an aerosol can containing bear repellent fell from a shelf, dispersing fumes into the air, officials said. About 80 employees reported trouble breathing Wednesday morning inside the 1.3 million-square-foot facility in Robbinsville Township, less…

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