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The means to achieve quality healthcare for all is there. All that is lacking is the people's will and demand. But how?
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For better or worse the radical remnants of the Republican party have now captured the American government completely. Whether they can hold it more than a month is all that is left to be seen.
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Researchers from Lehigh University have developed a new quantum material that could significantly revolutionize the efficiency of solar panels.
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