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President: “We will take care of our people, or I’m not signing it.”
Justices to hear appeal of 2016 decision that prevented state from closing facility.
13-floor tower to be added in $355 million project.
Anti-abortion activists plan their next effort aimed at curbing abortion access in the state.
Employers could collect info as part of workplace wellness programs.
Changes permit shops to stay open for two more hours.
Online tools can improve accuracy of medical records and eliminate duplicative tests.
Also in health briefs: Family Video raises funds for lymphoma research, and ProMedica recognized among ”Great Places to Work.”
Nuts, fish among ”under-eaten” foods, according to study.