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Trump Program to Cover Uninsured Covid-19 Patients Falls Short of Promise | The New York Times

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Some patients are still receiving staggering bills. Others don’t qualify because conditions other than Covid-19 were their primary diagnosis.

By Abby Goodnough, The New York Times

The cannabis industry generates billions of dollars in revenue each year as more and more states look to legalize it within the next year.

The new legalization of the industry has also introduced a slew of business and job opportunities for those looking to gain more experience within the field. One woman decided to use her love of cooking to create the first weed-infused cafe in Los Angeles.

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Chef Andrea Drummer, a South Florida native, originally thought of her business as a farm-to-table restaurant. Later, she decided to pair meals with different weed strains.

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