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Some providers are dropping gender-affirming care for kids even in cases where it’s legal

By JIM SALTER and GEOFF MULVIHILL Associated Press ST. LOUIS (AP) — Some medical providers are dropping continuing gender-affirming care for minors, even though it remains legal. In Missouri and North Dakota, health systems and advocates say the reason is the possibility of legal action against doctors and their employers for injuries related to the

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Trump says he always had autoworkers’ backs. Union leaders say his first-term record shows otherwise

By JOEY CAPPELLETTI and MICHELLE L. PRICE Associated Press LANSING, Mich. (AP) — When former President Donald Trump visits Detroit next week, he’ll be looking to blunt criticisms from a United Auto Workers union leadership that has said a second term for him would be a “disaster” for workers. Trump will bypass the second Republican

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Jail where murderer Danilo Cavalcante escaped plans to wall off yard and make other upgrades

By BRUCE SHIPKOWSKI Associated Press Security improvements are planned at a jail in Pennsylvania following the brazen escape of a murderer who eluded law enforcement for two weeks before his capture this month. The Chester County prison board unanimously approved plans Wednesday to fully enclose the exercise yards with solid walls and a roof. The

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