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They say the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services aren't allowed to grant Cooper's request because it would violate federal laws and the U.S. But the truth, they said, is not sinister: Cooper's decision to submit a proposed change to expand the eligibility for the state Medicaid plan under President Obama's signature health care law - effective January 1, 2018 - won't obligate the state to pay anything without legislative approval.
  • Maine Leaders Agree on Deal to Delay Parts of Marijuana Law

    Maine Leaders Agree on Deal to Delay Parts of Marijuana Law

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    Regardless of the hearing, recreational marijuana will become legal to possess in ME at the end of the month. State Senate President Mike Thibodeau, a Republican, is one of the supporters of the extended moratorium. However, it does not need to be passed by January 30 in order to be effective, but getting it done by that date would clarify any ambiguity about youth use before any parts of the new marijuana law take effect.
  • Former Microsoft CFO joins Trump administration

    Former Microsoft CFO joins Trump administration

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    According to a press release from Mr Trump's transition team, Mr Liddell will lead the President's Strategic Development Group. Its chief executive, Rod Drury, said Mr Liddell has been doing a lot of philanthropic work in New Zealand, which shows the sort of person he is.
  • Police seek man in Champaign bank robbery

    Police seek man in Champaign bank robbery

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    He got an undetermined amount ran away in a northwest direction. Police are seeking the public's help in indenifying the suspect in a robbery Tuesday at a downtown bank. Anyone who may have witnessed the robbery, as well as anyone with information regarding the suspect's whereabouts or identity, is asked to contact Connecticut State Police Troop D in Danielson.
  • Obama welcomes Cubs to White House

    Obama welcomes Cubs to White House

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    Obama said that made him think about racial progress in a still-divided country - and that, in turn, brought to mind the kind of unity that sporting heroes can sometimes bring. They participated in the service project in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day. According to the Entertainment program, President Obama and Michelle Obama will be leaving frigid Washington, D.C.
  • Trooper Was Shot By Driver Who Caused Rollover

    Trooper Was Shot By Driver Who Caused Rollover

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    The suspect, 37-year-old Leonard Pennelas-Escobar, is accused of shooting Trooper Edward Andersson on January 12 after the suspect's vehicle rolled over on the interstate, Department of Public Safety Director Frank Milstead said at a January 16 news conference, according to The Associated Press.
  • Deputies, suspect involved in Blanchard shooting identified

    Deputies, suspect involved in Blanchard shooting identified

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    He is also in Kootenai Health, listed in fair condition. They were in surgery Monday afternoon. Gagnon is in serious condition while Penn is listed in fair condition. Per normal protocol, all three deputies will be on administrative leave pending the outcome of this investigation. Foster's criminal record in Bonner County shows two sealed cases and three traffic related infractions.
  • Paul LePage says John Lewis should thank GOP presidents

    Paul LePage says John Lewis should thank GOP presidents

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    It was Rutherford B. Hayes and Ulysses S. Grant who fought the Jim Crow laws. Trump responded to the Representative on Twitter Saturday by saying Lewis should 'spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in awful shape and falling apart (not to mention crime infested)'.
  • Police officer shot during standoff in Dallas area

    Police officer shot during standoff in Dallas area

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    As the officers withdrew, the man ducked into the house and opened fire from a window, wounding Little Elm police Detective Jerry Walker in the neck. The Little Elm Independent School District released a statement saying some students who walk home were being held at school until parents could come get them.
  • Shots fired at gang funeral procession

    Shots fired at gang funeral procession

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    Acting Eastern Bay of Plenty Area Commander Senior Sergeant Richard Miller called for anyone with recordings of the funeral procession to come forward. A 21-year-old man, affiliated with the Out Back Blacks gang, has been charged with possession of an offensive weapon. He was due to appear in Whakatane District Court next Tuesday.