Voters in Albuquerque defeated a proposal on Tuesday that would have outlawed most late-term abortions in New Mexico's largest city in the first test of such a measure on a municipal ballot in the United States.
Source: The Wall Street Journal |
November 20, 2013
The new law – the strictest of any major city in the nation – is New York’s latest effort to combat smoking in the five boroughs and marks a reversal for Mr. Bloomberg, who previously opposed legislation to increase the minimum age to buy tobacco products.
Many Americans didn't know they were eligible for Medicaid until they sought insurance from their state's online health exchange. But experts say it's too soon to predict how much the new enrollees will impact state budgets.
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