Updated 11:53 pm CST, Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Amanda Hamner looks out at flood waters from the Russian River surrounding her home in Forestville, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. The still rising Russian River was engorged by days of rain from western U.S. storms. less Amanda Hamner looks out at flood waters from the Russian River surrounding her home in Forestville, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. The still rising Russian River was engorged by days of rain from western ... more Photo: Michael Short, AP Photo: Michael Short, AP Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Image 1 of 17 Amanda Hamner looks out at flood waters from the Russian River surrounding her home in Forestville, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. The still rising Russian River was engorged by days of rain … [Read more...] about The Latest: Northern California river floods 2,000 buildings
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By Megan Henney Published November 09, 2018 Health Care FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Health care’s road ahead after the midterms America’s Health Insurance Plans CEO Matt Eyles discusses how the midterm election results may affect the future of health care. When states expand Medicaid coverage, it’s almost intrinsically linked to higher voter turnout. Continue Reading Below That’s according to a new study published in November that found, based on the effects of a randomized Medicaid expansion in Oregon, voter turnout was higher in the November 2008 election for people who had won coverage through the state’s lottery system. That increase, however, petered out by the 2010 midterm election. “I think this contributes a substantial piece of evidence supporting the idea that when you expand Medicaid coverage, at least in the short term, people are more likely to come out and … [Read more...] about Medicaid expansion increases voter turnout: What that means for 2020
Nov 06, 5:17 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury National By Susmitha Suresh 11/06/18 AT 12:52 AM Multiple reports Monday said United States could expect bouts of rain, snow, tornadoes and stormy weather across the country on election day. This could affect the voter turnout as many people might not be able to make it to polling booths due to the harsh weather. Eastern U.S. was expected to have a potent storm with heavy rain, wind, and potentially strong thunderstorms. The Great Lakes and the Northeast will most likely receive significant rain and wind, making it a rough day for voters.Reports said wind gusts might exceed 40 mph in parts of the Great Lakes, interior Northeast, and southeastern New England. New England and New York state were expected to receive the highest amount of rain with a possible chance of flooding. Overall, it will be a blustery day with strong winds from the south.People planning to … [Read more...] about Election Day Weather: Rain, Snow, Tornadoes Across US To Affect Voter Turnout?
After a couple weeks of sunshine and warm temperatures, smatterings of snowfall and an autumn chill returned to Colorado on Tuesday. While there wasn’t much in the way of accumulation in the Denver metro, mountain communities and portions of I-70 and I-25 both reported multiple inches of snow. That included a couple inches in Estes Park and four inches in Allenspark northwest of Boulder, according to the National Weather Service. Communities in and around Colorado Springs also had some accumulation. Temperatures in Denver reached as high as 43 at 10:30 a.m. and dipped to 32 by 7:30 p.m., according to the National Weather Service, with driving conditions deteriorating in some parts of the metro area. The city of Aurora went on accident alert at 7:30 p.m. #AccidentAlert The City of Aurora is on Accident Alert. Please see below on what we will respond to. You can also file online at https://t.co/Few6y1rOBT Please slow down and drive safe! Contact dispatch at 303.627.3100 if you … [Read more...] about Snow, cooler temperatures return to Front Range on Halloween eve