If the U.S. will not ensure we have adequate numbers of health care professionals, driving up costs and causing deadly shortages, we should stop protecting the industry and invite certified professionals from other nations eager to come.
It's time to put an end to bankrupting individuals and families needing basic healthcare.
The content of the paper, be it editorial or advertising, is ultimately our responsibility. We regret running the image at all and apologize for any hurt or offense it may have caused. The North Coast Journal takes sexual assault very seriously, as we hope our past and continuing coverage shows, and the same goes for copyright law.
Really ? I reported sexual assault of my daughter to you in 2006 and you DID not even interview me
GOOD! I was Boycotting the Businesses that Advertised on them anyway!
Hopefully the agreement didn't include payments, since most all of the billboards were placed illegally and without permission. Caltrans, the agency responsible for managing placement of the billboards, should have taken care of this long ago. It took the Coastal Commission to hold their feet to the fire and deal with them.
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Aug 25, 2016
vol XXVII issue 34
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