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February 27, 2020

Though we’re getting mixed messages about the severity of the coronavirus from the White House, it’s clear that each of us have the potential to be impacted by the virus. According to health experts, there are things that we each can do to prepare our homes for the inevitable; A new type of attorneys are being created to deal with fraudsters and immigrants; Native American leader went before the government denouncing this government action erasing Native history; and An OB-GYN doctor created an app for the 30 million women who struggle with this common challenge. Go beyond the headlines…

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