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STATEMENT: Senator Janet Cruz on Governor Ron DeSantis’ Unconstitutional Voucher Plan

Today, State Senator Janet Cruz released the following statement on Governor Ron DeSantis' plan to use FEFP general revenue funding to create a new voucher program:   ...

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Congressman Elijah Cummings endorses Maryland End-of-Life Option Act

Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings (7th Dist./Baltimore), the first African American to be named Speaker Pro Tem in the Maryland House of Delegates, today endorsed the Maryland medical aid-in-dying legislation during a bill before the Joint Committee on Health and Government Operations and House of Delegates Judiciary Committee.  ...

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Tamairo has recently been appointed the new President of the NAREB for the Greater Milwaukee, Wisconsin Chapter, which has been defunct for the last 10 years. She's completing all of the paperwork and adding members to the group. NAREB is an African American organization which seeks to help educate and empower the Black community about home ownership opportunities and programs. Tamairo says that these progr ...

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Vivacelle Bio, Inc. receives FDA clearance to enroll patients into its Phase IIa Clinical Trial of VBI-1 for Severe Blood Loss and/or Raising Blood Pressure in Hypovolemic subjects

Vivacelle Bio, Inc. has announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted it an Investigational New Drug (IND) clearance to proceed with its phase IIa clinical trial of the safety and efficacy of VBI-1. VBI-1 is a paradigm-changing cardiovascular support fluid that is designed for the treatment of patients with emergently life-threatening conditions due to blood loss and other causes of ...

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Dr. Brenda Snipes: A History of Excellence

     Leaders are shaped by several things, most especially the people around them as they move from childhood to adulthood.  The values we are given, the character we see modeled and the principles we are told to live by.   These things become anchors of our lives. ...

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Are you over 50 and living with HIV?

Thirty years ago, a diagnosis of HIV or AIDS was a death sentence for many. As the years have gone by, though, advances have been made in the area of treatment and People Living With HIV (PLWH) are living longer ...

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A Voice from Heaven

Dear Bethune Cookman University Alumni and Friends: ...

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Growing the Voices of Our Future

Growing the Voices of Our Future ...

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