PLOVER, Wis., March 1 -- Women In Trucking Association issued the following news release:
Women In Trucking Association (WIT) announces Carol Nixon as its March Member of the Month. Carol is a WIT Image Team member and professional driver for Walmart Private Fleet.
Carol and a fellow Walmart driver, Deb Pollard both had an opportunity to attend the first annual WIT Accelerate! Conference & Expo in 2015. It was at that conference that Carol learned Deb's husband, Craig, was on dialysis and . . .
GENEVA, Feb. 28 -- The World Council of Churches issued the following news release:
"So much has changed, and yet so much remains the same. Global public health structures have changed, yet gross inequalities still exist - between developed and under-developed countries, between rich and poor, and the vision for equitable health care still lies in the far distance. Primary health care remains a task unfinished."
These are the words of World Council of Churches (WCC) deputy general secretar . . .
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 -- The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights issued the following news release:
Today, 129 civil rights groups sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlining the importance of the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division and the necessary qualities of the individual who should lead that office.
"The Civil Rights Division and its eleven sections have the critical responsibility of enforcing our nation's federal civil rights laws. Its missio . . .
ALBANY, N.Y., Feb. 28 -- The Drug Policy Alliance issued the following news release:
Today, advocates and legislators held a press conference in Albany to demand reprieve for the harm that has been caused by arrests for low-level marijuana possession and mobilize for legislative solutions to keep New York families together. New York's marijuana arrest crusade began more than 20 years ago. Since then, police departments across the state have arrested more than 800,000 New Yorkers for low-level . . .
PHOENIX, Feb. 28 -- The Translational Genomics Research Institute issued the following news release:
A new test for Lyme Disease may prove to be the most accurate tool available for the difficult-to-diagnose disease, giving hope to thousands of undiagnosed and misdiagnosed patients, if funding can be found to move it through clinical study to production.
This new test, called LymeSeq, has been described as the "next generation" of Lyme diagnostics, and is poised to transform the speed and . . .
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