Category Archives: NAA News

Ninety-Third California Legislature Convenes At State Capitol

California lawmakers took their oaths of office for the Legislature’s 2018-2019 session Monday at the state Capitol with promises to fight poverty, homelessness and wildfires. Senate President pro Tem Toni Atkins of San Diego told her colleagues in opening remarks that although lawmakers have accomplished a lot in recent years, they haven’t done enough. Read more...
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FDA approves first spray-on skin treatment for burns

Dylan Melancon estimates that he was going 70 miles an hour when he crashed his motorcycle on a hot New Orleans highway this past June. He wasn’t wearing leathers or other protective clothing. Melancon's virtually unprotected body slid along the concrete at high speed for yards. “I was wearing dress pants and a T-shirt. Afterwards, I was wearing no pants,” the 26-year-old nursing student said. Read more...
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The economy of every state, ranked from worst to best

The US is a massive, complex economy, and so too are the component economies of the 50 states and Washington, DC, that make up the whole.

Business Insider combined six measures of labor-market and general economic health for all the states and the District of Columbia. They are...Read more

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