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  Jones McClendon: DFPS and DSHS are unsung heroes
SAN ANTONIO, July 24 - Whenever there is talk about a topic of interest that is not backed up by credible facts, people tend to make up the facts to fill that void. Let's not speculate or make up false facts here.
  Border refugee crisis is top agenda item at BHC conference
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 23 - The surge in Central Americans arriving on the southwest border is the number one issue on the agenda for the Border Health Caucus at its annual conference in Washington, D.C.
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    Hinojosa: Hidalgo County Hospital District election to be held in November
EDINBURG, July 12 - The voters of Hidalgo County will get the chance to create a hospital taxing district to help fund healthcare for the indigent poor and a four-year medical school in November, says state Sen. Juan Hinojosa.
    State Senator: Hospital District will save taxpayers money in long run
McALLEN, July 10 - State Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa, who was born and raised in Mission, is an old friend of Mayor Norberto “Beto” Salinas, campaigning with him decades ago for better working conditions for the farm workers of the Rio Grande Valley.
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    Mayor of Mission: Hospital District would hit taxpayers hard
MISSION, July 8 – In a series of conversations with the Guardian over the past few months, Mission Mayor Norberto “Beto” Salinas has made clear his strong opposition to the creation of a hospital district for Hidalgo County.
    Perryman: Challenges of an Aging Population
WACO, July 3 - The national economy continues its slow jobs recovery, but unemployment, underemployment, and long-term unemployment are still major problems in many parts of the United States.
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  Jones McClendon: DFPS and DSHS are unsung heroes
SAN ANTONIO, July 24 - Whenever there is talk about a topic of interest that is not backed up by credible facts, people tend to make up the facts to fill that void. Let's not speculate or make up false facts here.
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  Border refugee crisis is top agenda item at BHC conference
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 23 - The surge in Central Americans arriving on the southwest border is the number one issue on the agenda for the Border Health Caucus at its annual conference in Washington, D.C.
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  Hinojosa: Hidalgo County Hospital District election to be held in November
EDINBURG, July 12 - The voters of Hidalgo County will get the chance to create a hospital taxing district to help fund healthcare for the indigent poor and a four-year medical school in November, says state Sen. Juan Hinojosa.
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  State Senator: Hospital District will save taxpayers money in long run
McALLEN, July 10 - State Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa, who was born and raised in Mission, is an old friend of Mayor Norberto “Beto” Salinas, campaigning with him decades ago for better working conditions for the farm workers of the Rio Grande Valley.
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  Mayor of Mission: Hospital District would hit taxpayers hard
MISSION, July 8 – In a series of conversations with the Guardian over the past few months, Mission Mayor Norberto “Beto” Salinas has made clear his strong opposition to the creation of a hospital district for Hidalgo County.
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  Perryman: Challenges of an Aging Population
WACO, July 3 - The national economy continues its slow jobs recovery, but unemployment, underemployment, and long-term unemployment are still major problems in many parts of the United States.
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  Lucio: Texas needs a coordinated response to immigrant influx
AUSTIN, June 25 - This week I met with Texas Governor Rick Perry as he visited Border Patrol and Department of Public Safety personnel in the Rio Grande Valley.
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  Gabriel: Education will be key to success of Healthy South Texas 2025
McALLEN, June 25 - At a meeting at which Futuro McAllen leaders gave their full backing to Texas A&M’s “Healthy South Texas 2025” initiative, an illustration was given on how big a task exists when it comes to educating the community.
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  Border Health Caucus concerned about immigrant children being housed in 'ice boxes'
McALLEN, June 24 - The Border Health Caucus wants to help Border Patrol so that tens of thousands of undocumented children from Central America are not detained in “ice box” cold cells.
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  Sharp/Giroir: Texas A&M announces health care collaboration in South Texas
COLLEGE STATION, June 17 - As one of the 20 most populous cities in Texas and the largest city in Hidalgo County, McAllen has made its mark as a pillar in the ever-vibrant and growing South Texas region.
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  Cepeda: Public needs to be aware of electronic cigarettes
PHARR, May 11 - The general perception of e-cigarettes among current users is that they are harmless. This is largely due to the great deal of the advertising from famous brands that proclaim the absence of tobacco, smoke, and tar.
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  New service allows appointments to be made to visit ER
WESLACO, April 23 - It seems a contradiction in terms, making an appointment for a week Friday to visit the ER department.
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  Perryman: Time for a Real 'Doc Fix'
WACO, April 3 - At the last minute, the problem of finding a reasonable way to set Medicare reimbursement rates for doctors was punted, leaving the issue to be dealt with next year.
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  Call goes out for more navigators
McALLEN, March 26 - Demand by applicants wishing to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is so great in the Rio Grande Valley that a call has gone out for more navigators.
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  Enrollment fair shows huge Valley demand for health insurance
McALLEN, March 21 - The demand to secure healthcare coverage under the Affordable Care Act is huge in the Rio Grande Valley, which is understandable given that 40 percent of the population goes without insurance.
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  Garcia: Why the Affordable Care Act benefits Latinos
AUSTIN, February 21 - The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is benefiting Latinos in Houston and across Texas.
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  Rocha: Four new community clinics coming to the Valley soon
EDINBURG, March 20 – Four new community clinics will be set up within a matter of weeks now that an affiliation agreement has been signed between Doctors Hospital at Renaissance and UT-Health Science Center San Antonio.
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  Cardenas: Medical school, residency programs, will transform Valley
EDINBURG, March 20 - Dr. Carlos Cardenas, chairman of the board at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, began proceedings by calling it a Red Letter Day.
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  Shine: This is the most amazing day of my career
EDINBURG, March 17 - In various interviews with the Guardian over the years about the possibility of a four-year medical school being established in the Rio Grande Valley, Dr. Kenneth Shine would always offer a word of caution.
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  Abbott offers his alternative to the Affordable Care Act
EDINBURG, March 11 - Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott has offered his alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
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  Countdown to Get Covered bus tour rolls into McAllen tomorrow
McALLEN, March 11 - The Rio Grande Valley is one of the first stops on a national “Countdown to Get Covered” bus tour and Mimi Garcia is on board.
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  Big push Saturday to get Brownsville residents insured
BROWNSVILLE, March 7 - Brownsville leaders and healthcare advocates are making a big push to get residents signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, with four enrollments fairs being held in the city on Saturday.
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  Lucio: Don't miss the deadline to determine your healthcare eligibility
BROWNSVILLE, February 27 - It's vitally important that every Rio Grande Valley resident have access to quality affordable health care.
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  Lucio: No se pierda el plazo fijado para determinar su elegibilidad de su salud
BROWNSVILLE, 27 de Febrero - Es de vital importancia que todos los residentes del Valle del Río Grande tengan acceso a la atención médica de calidad y asequible.
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  Obama official: Oil and gas revenues mean Texas has funds to expand Medicaid
SAN JUAN, February 23 - An official in the Obama Administration says that with Texas’ budget bulging due to oil and gas revenues it can afford to expand Medicaid to help the working poor.
   
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Jones McClendon: DFPS and DSHS are unsung heroes

Border refugee crisis is top agenda item at BHC conference

Hinojosa: Hidalgo County Hospital District election to be held in November

State Senator: Hospital District will save taxpayers money in long run

Mayor of Mission: Hospital District would hit taxpayers hard

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