#health-care

Tensions Rise at Columbia as Strikers Fear Retaliation From University
After administrators sent an email saying that students who remained on strike after Friday were not guaranteed jobs next term, union members turned up the heat.
Beep-elect Antonio Reynoso announces transition committee * Brooklyn Paper
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As 1 Bay Area SPAC deal closes, another involving Virgin Group pops up - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Growing regulatory scrutiny of blank-check mergers hasn't done anything to stop them from happening.
Just as one such deal involving a Bay Area entity was finished this week, another one was announced.
The industries where workers quit the most
Workers continued to leave their jobs at record rates in health care, social assistance and nondurable goods manufacturing.
Opinion | I'm an E.R. Doctor in Michigan, Where Unvaccinated People Are Filling Hospital Beds
Like in the rest of Michigan, an overwhelming majority of patients in our hospital are unvaccinated, including 98 percent of acute critical care patients.
Analysis | Why Chile's Presidential Vote Comes at a Crazy Time
Chileans go to the polls on Dec. 19 to choose between presidential candidates from the hard right and the far left.
In Bob Dole's Hometown, Kansans Grieve for the Man and His Political Style
Residents of Russell, the town in Kansas where Mr. Dole grew up, spoke longingly of a bygone era of bipartisanship.
Main Street in Russell, Kan., the hometown of former Senator Bob Dole.
Hospital lawsuits over unpaid bills on the rise in Wisconsin, study says
Lawsuits by Wisconsin hospitals against patients over unpaid bills rose 37% from 2001 to 2018, with small, rural hospitals suing the highest proportion of patients, a new study found.
Op-ed: New Yorkers deserve permanent subsidies for working families' healthcare * Brooklyn Paper
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New York has a rich history of health care.