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Liberal spending groups begin sprouting green shoots

It looks like the left-wing independent spending infrastructure, long moribund, is starting to show its first signs of new life. According to The Washington
Jul 31, 2020

Liberal spending groups begin sprouting green shoots

Liberal spending groups begin sprouting green shoots

It looks like the left-wing independent spending infrastructure, long moribund, is starting to show its first signs of new life. According to The Washington
It looks like the left-wing independent spending infrastructure, long moribund, is starting to show its first signs of new life. According to The Washington
Jul 31, 2020

Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan Spike by 40 Percent

Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan Spike by 40 Percent

A new United Nations report found that civilian deaths increased in Afghanistan by 40 percent in 2008. That’s a death toll of more than 2100 civilians due to
A new United Nations report found that civilian deaths increased in Afghanistan by 40 percent in 2008. That’s a death toll of more than 2100 civilians due to
Jul 31, 2020

Osteopathic Medical Association endorses Florida drug monitoring database

Osteopathic Medical Association endorses Florida drug monitoring database

Responding to a letter from state Sen. Mike Fasano, R-New Port Richey, imploring Florida medical associations to encourage doctors to use the state’s new prescription drug monitoring database, Florida Osteopathic Medical Association Executive Director Stephen Winn says that the Association “agrees that we should encourage all physicians to check the database before prescribing.” According to Winn’s letter, the Association will “continue to encourage all physicians to check the database prior to writing a prescription.” As part of the state’s plan to curb the illicit distribution of prescription drugs, E-FORCSE allows state health care professionals to query the database for any indication that a patient is engaging in the practice of “doctor shopping” in order to accumulate prescription drugs.
Responding to a letter from state Sen. Mike Fasano, R-New Port Richey, imploring Florida medical associations to encourage doctors to use the state’s new prescription drug monitoring database, Florida Osteopathic Medical Association Executive Director Stephen Winn says that the Association “agrees that we should encourage all physicians to check the database before prescribing.” According to Winn’s letter, the Association will “continue to encourage all physicians to check the database prior to writing a prescription.” As part of the state’s plan to curb the illicit distribution of prescription drugs, E-FORCSE allows state health care professionals to query the database for any indication that a patient is engaging in the practice of “doctor shopping” in order to accumulate prescription drugs.
Jul 31, 2020
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