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Missouri judge orders end to GOP officials' standoff over proposed abortion rights ballot measure

Missouri judge orders end to GOP officials' standoff over proposed abortion rights ballot measure

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A constitutional amendment to restore abortion rights in Missouri will move forward after a judge on Tuesday broke a standoff between two Republican officials that had halted the process.

Kansas agrees to temporary pause in enforcing new law on medication abortions

TOPEKA, Kan.
Florida official who criticized DeSantis reaches settlement with education department

Florida official who criticized DeSantis reaches settlement with education department

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A school superintendent who was criticized by Florida Gov.
What to know about Ozempic, Rybelsus and Wegovy

What to know about Ozempic, Rybelsus and Wegovy

Amid an aggressive marketing campaign in Canada, you've likely seen ads for the medications Ozempic and Rybelsus. Here are some answers to questions you might have about the drugs.
Ozempic ads seem to be everywhere. Doctors and ethics experts are worried about that

Ozempic ads seem to be everywhere. Doctors and ethics experts are worried about that

With ads popping up on TV, social media, giant billboards and at professional sports games, Canadians may be feeling bombarded by marketing for Ozempic and sister drug Rybelsus.
Ex-PM Cameron says the UK focused too much on flu rather than other potential pandemics before COVID

Ex-PM Cameron says the UK focused too much on flu rather than other potential pandemics before COVID

LONDON (AP) — Britain made a mistake in focusing too much on preparations for a flu pandemic rather than considering other types of pandemic in the years before the COVID-19 outbreak, former Prime Minister David Cameron told a public inquiry Monday.
Montana officials downplay first-of-its-kind climate trial

Montana officials downplay first-of-its-kind climate trial

HELENA, Mont.
Fire situation eases slightly, but risks remain as more than 400 wildfires still burn

Fire situation eases slightly, but risks remain as more than 400 wildfires still burn

OTTAWA — Canadians should be on alert for more bad air quality days ahead this summer as wildfires continue to burn out of control in most provinces, national public health officials warned Monday.
Manitoba Court of Appeal dismisses seven churches' challenge to COVID-19 rules

Manitoba Court of Appeal dismisses seven churches' challenge to COVID-19 rules

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Court of Appeal has quashed an appeal request from seven churches to have some of the province's former COVID-19 restrictions declared invalid.
More than 1 million people are dropped from Medicaid as states start a post-pandemic purge of rolls

More than 1 million people are dropped from Medicaid as states start a post-pandemic purge of rolls

More than 1 million people have been dropped from Medicaid in the past couple months as some states moved swiftly to halt health care coverage following the end of the coronavirus pandemic. Most got dropped for not filling out paperwork.