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Missouri approves expanding Medicaid eligibility

By Roberta Pardo On Tuesday (Aug. 4), Missouri became the 38th state to expand Medicaid eligibility, as voters narrowly approved a constitutional amendment providing health coverage to more than 200,000 uninsured Missourians. With 99% of the polls reporting, Amendment 2, also known as the Medicaid expansion ballot measure, was approved by 74,000 votes. “In the […]

Unified Government Medical Officer Issues Order Prohibiting Wyandotte County Public Schools from Opening to In-Person Classes until After Labor Day, 2020

Wyandotte County’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Allen Greiner, issued a new Health Order prohibiting public school buildings within the County from opening to in-person classes until after Labor Day, September 7, 2020. The reason for the order is to give educators sufficient time to prepare for school re-opening and in-room classes. The order became effective […]

Volume 40 Issue 32 • 08/06/20 – 08/12/20

In this issue Death toll rises to 135 people in Beirut explosion KCPS and NKCPS to start instruction after Labor Day Marshall, Adkins, Galloway among the primary winners in Kansas, Missouri

Tentaciones autoritarias: cómo América Latina nos preparó para Trump

By Jorge Ramos MIAMI — Para los que hemos vivido o trabajado en América Latina, las tentaciones autoritarias y los desplantes fotográficos de Donald Trump, de pronto, se ven familiares. De hecho, los periodistas latinoamericanos estamos bien entrenados para lidiar con alguien como el actual Presidente de Estados Unidos. Nos ha tocado ver una larga […]