Depending on the insurance company, Connecticut consumers may be paying for the legislature and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's decision to expand required coverage of breast cancer imaging to include 3D mammography. Earlier this month during public hearings on proposed increases in their health insurance rates, one insurance company said it was going to have to raise its rates partly due to tomosynthesis, which is also known as 3D mammography.
Construction for the Albuquerque Rapid Transit is expected to begin in early September, and the city and UNM are making plans to ensure traffic runs smoothly during the project. Griffin said construction for ART -- which will run along Central Avenue from Coors Boulevard to Louisiana Boulevard -- is scheduled to last 14 months, though the area surrounding UNM will be impacted for a much shorter period of time.
Amazon could also be be taking steps to transport its grocery enterprise into new territory: drive-up grocery hubs, which might give it a brand new slice of the extremely aggressive, $800 billion grocery marketplace. "It's very interesting. You can store at house or at your table, after which at the means house from paintings or choosing up the youngsters you simply swing via they usually convey you out your groceries," Phil Lempert, a meals advertising professional primarily based in Los Angeles, who didn't have direct wisdom of Amazon's plans.
Preparations are underway for Gallatin's total solar eclipse viewing party, which organizers expect will bring thousands of visitors from across the county and around the world to the city next summer. The official logo of Gallatin's Eclipse Encounter was unveiled during a launch party at Prince Street Pizza and Pub on Sunday.
The proposed legislation would likely place dogs into three categories: The 'dangerous dogs' classification would reportedly include certain breeds and types but it could include a grandfather clause that would allow current owners to keep their pets under a set of conditions. It's expected that dogs defined as 'dangerous' would have to be sterilized and owners would pay higher registration fees.
This academic year, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is increasing outreach for Marketplace insurance enrollment through healthcare.gov , centering its efforts on a group that is more likely to be uninsured -- healthy, young adults. Since 2013, Tracy Soska, a professor of social work at Pitt, has been collaborating with national non-profit Enroll America, an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization based in Washington D.C., working to maximize the number of people with health coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
According to a report by the News Agency of Nigeria, The Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) is making plans to establish exam center in foreign countries to enable easy access for candidates who want to study in Nigeria. JAMB's Media and Information head, Mr Fabian Benjamin, explained that the Board also plans to ensure more candidates are able to write the UTME exams within and outside the country.
Hillary Clinton's increasingly confident campaign has begun crafting a detailed agenda for her possible presidency, with plans to focus on measures aimed at creating jobs, boosting infrastructure spending and enacting immigration reform if current polling holds and she is easily elected to the White House in November. While careful not to sound as if she is measuring the draperies quite yet, Clinton now describes what she calls improved odds for passage of an overhaul of immigration laws -- the first legislative priority she outlined in detail last year -- and what could be a bipartisan effort to rebuild the nation's roads, bridges, airports, rail system and ports.
Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler said his staff is already making preparations to set up mobile voting precincts where needed as well as processes to reach displaced voters even though the fall election is months away. "The good news is we've done this before," said Schedler, referring to elections following Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Two mothers on opposite sides of a double murder case both agree that they don't think the man serving a life sentence in a Kansas prison is the killer. A man serving a life sentence for a 1994 double murder in Kansas City, Kansas, says he didn't do it. Lamonte McIntyre was convicted of killing two people in Kansas City, Kansas, in 1994.
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This weekend in Ottawa, during a Canadian Association of Police Governance Conference, the Calgary Police Commission put forward a resolution to continue pressure on the feds to identify and approve a roadside drug screening device ahead of its commitment to legalize and regulate marijuana by 2017. But he also said it's a complicated thing to tackle and likely will not be as simple as suspected impaired drivers providing a breath sample and passing or failing.