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Did Urban Radio Turn off the Music for the House Vote Result?

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Yesterday was a shocking day for many Americans who have come to depend on the Affordable Care Act. Some say the media was at fault for taunting Trump about not doing anything for his first 100 days in office. The vote still has to pass the Senate to become law.
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Former KY State Sen. Georgia Powers: “Do not be fooled by Rand Paul”

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Anointing himself liaison for GOP minority outreach, he's been knocking on doors of African Americans with increasing frequency, unabashedly seeking support for the GOP and presumably his budding presidential aspirations.I support every political party's efforts at inclusion, a core goal of the civil rights struggle for which I and many other Kentucky leaders fought.
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Radio Revenue Report: Communications, Insurance, Health Care, Home Improvement Are Spot Growth Stars

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Radio Facts: Communications, Insurance, Health Care, Home Improvement Are Spot Growth StarsStrong Digital, Off-Air Gains Help Radio Offset Spot, Network Dip in Q1 2014CLICK HERE FOR FULL REPORTNew York, New York - May 16, 2014 - Radio's Q1 2014 revenue was on par with Q1 2013 results, the fifth consecutive quarter of flat performance.

What Did Civil Rights Leaders and the President Talk About?

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The African-American civil rights leaders who met with the President came out to the microphones after the meeting, which lasted more than an...
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MICHELLE OBAMA CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY AND THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHCARE ON THE TOM JOYNER...

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This morning First Lady, Michelle Obama joined Tom Joyner on his nationally syndicated radio show to discuss the importance of celebrating Black History Month and continue the journey started by our ancestors. Mrs.
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DNC Celebrates Black History Month with “Our Values, Our Voice, Our Vote” Series

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The DNC is launching their “Our Values, Our Voice, Our Vote” series online at www.democrats.org to celebrate the diversity of the party, reflect on the many achievements African-American Democrats have made, and call their neighbors and communities to action on the work that remains to be done to continue to move this country forward.
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ASCAP and Sterling Healthworks Partner to Help Members Benefit from Healthcare Reform

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We all know that artists are some of the most uninsured people in the country so this partnership between ASCAP and Sterling Healthworks is pretty dope in my opinion.The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and Sterling Healthworks (a division of Sterling Risk and partner with MusicPro Insurance) today announced the availability of a comprehensive new ascap member

OBAMA CARES? (Speaking of the Affordable Care Act…)

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OBAMA CARES? (Speaking of the Affordable Care Act...)By Darryl LittletonThe Affordable Care Act went into effect October 1st. As threatened, the government shut down. Thousands of federal employees are discovering that if they wanted to be paid during times of crisis they should’ve run for office.
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Obama Cares

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Radio Facts: OBAMA CARES? (Speaking of the Affordable Care Act...)By Darryl LittletonThe Affordable Care Act went into effect October 1st. As threatened, the government shut down. Thousands of federal employees are discovering that if they wanted to be paid during times of crisis they should’ve run for office.

Jimmy Kimmel Experiment, Obamacare vs The Affordable Care Act (vid)

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This is deep, people are not paying attention and the Republicans war against President Obama is obviously making an impression on the public.

Why the Affordable Care Act is so Important (vid)

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This video tells the story of why we need the Affordable Care Act so badly.

Black and Hispanic Patients Less Likely to Complete Substance Abuse Treatment than White Patients

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, Penn Study Shows Affordable Care Act May Reduce Socioeconomic Barriers Responsible for Racial DisparitiesNews ReleasePHILADELPHIA "” Roughly half of all black and Hispanic patients who enter publicly funded alcohol treatment programs complete treatment, compared to 62 percent of white patients, according to a new study from a team of researchers including the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Comparable disparities were also identified for drug treatment program completion rates.

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