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Maryland House OKs bill to enable undocumented immigrants to buy health insurance on state exchange

Maryland House OKs bill to enable undocumented immigrants to buy health insurance on state exchange

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The Maryland House approved a measure on Friday to enable people to buy health insurance through the state’s health care exchange regardless of their immigration status, with the approval of a federal waiver.

Alabama Senate OKs bill targeting college diversity efforts

MONTGOMERY, Ala.
P.E.I. councillor accused of posting anti-Indigenous sign seeking judicial review

P.E.I. councillor accused of posting anti-Indigenous sign seeking judicial review

CHARLOTTETOWN — A village councillor in Prince Edward Island is asking a court to quash sanctions imposed on him after he displayed a sign on his property referring to a "mass grave hoax" in relation to evidence of unmarked graves at former residenti
Report calls for major changes to Nova Scotia's power grid, new energy regulator

Report calls for major changes to Nova Scotia's power grid, new energy regulator

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's electric utility will lose control over who gets access to the power grid under a change the government says is needed to help the province reach its energy goals, including to stop using coal by 2030.
Quebec's common front unionized workers vote to accept deal with province

Quebec's common front unionized workers vote to accept deal with province

MONTREAL — Some 420,000 unionized public sector workers have voted 74.8 per cent in favour of accepting an agreement in principle reached with the Quebec government.
Canada sanctions 10 more people in Russia over war with Ukraine ahead of anniversary

Canada sanctions 10 more people in Russia over war with Ukraine ahead of anniversary

OTTAWA — Canada sanctioned 10 more Russian officials and businessmen and 153 entities Friday, with Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine set to pass the second-year mark this weekend.
AP Decision Notes: What to expect in Michigan's presidential primary

AP Decision Notes: What to expect in Michigan's presidential primary

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump look to repeat their past Michigan primary victories on Tuesday, when they each face opponents who haven’t yet won a contest this year but also show no indication of dropping out
Federal, Manitoba governments offer more money on northern railway and port

Federal, Manitoba governments offer more money on northern railway and port

CHURCHILL, Man. — The federal and Manitoba governments are putting another $60 million into a railway and a port in the province's north.
Are you fully immunized against measles? Canada's public health agency says to check

Are you fully immunized against measles? Canada's public health agency says to check

Amid a rise in measles cases in other countries and a handful of confirmed cases in Canada, the national public health agency "strongly advises" everyone check that they're fully immunized against measles, especially before travelling.
Pennsylvania seeks legal costs from county that let outsiders access voting machines to help Trump

Pennsylvania seeks legal costs from county that let outsiders access voting machines to help Trump

HARRISBURG, Pa.