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Shipboard Cruises and Shore Excursions- How Safe Are You?

12/21/2017
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Tragedy striking on a lavish vacation is always unexpected, but not unheard of, as we have sadly learned from experience and recent news about 12 dead and 18 injured tourists visiting Mexico. The tourists were cruise line passengers, taking what they hoped was an exciting land excursion from a cruise […]

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Tragic Amtrak Wreck in Washington

12/18/2017
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Another tragedy on an AMTRAK train has caused the loss of lives and serious injuries in Dupont, Washington this morning. There are reports the train, the Cascades service from Seattle to Portland was travelling on tracks rated at a maximum speed of 79 mph, while the Cascades was reported to […]

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Zero Tolerance for Sexual Harassment — Winds of Needed Change

12/15/2017
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In recent months, allegations against powerful men such as Harvey Weinstein have sparked a much-needed cultural awakening concerning sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. For too long, powerful men have used their positions of authority to prey on women with the understanding that the old-boys club would accept those disgraceful actions […]

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1 Incident Too Many — Crime in Nursing Homes

12/12/2017
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Nursing-home nightmares continue to plague the country, from California to Texas to Minnesota to Pennsylvania. But perhaps no other state is as impacted by the abuse, neglect and robbery of the old and infirm as Florida. There are nearly 700 licensed facilities from the Keys to the Panhandle that provide […]

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Trampling on Fundamental Freedoms — Ending Net Neutrality

12/4/2017
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The issue of net neutrality discouragingly has devolved into death threats. A 28-year-old man faces criminal charges for allegedly saying he will kill Rep. John Katko if the New York Republican supports the Federal Communications Commission’s vote on rolling back the rules that enable a free and open Internet. Patrick […]

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