‘It Became Sort of Lawless’: Florida Vaccine Rollout Turns Into a Free-for-All

MIAMI — Linda Kleindienst Bruns registered for a coronavirus vaccine in late December, on the first day the health department in Tallahassee, Fla., opened for applications for people her age. Despite being 72, with her immune system suppressed by medication that keeps her breast cancer in remission, she spent days waiting to hear back about an appointment.

“It’s so disorganized,” she said. “I was hoping the system would be set

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Echo Canyon River Expeditions trying new challenge to entice rafters in Southern Colorado

Tracy Harmon
 
| The Pueblo Chieftain

CANON CITY — When its time to ditch the remote meetings and gather in person, one local rafting outfitter has a plan for getting people outdoors to reconnect with business associates, family and friends.

Andy Neinas, Echo Canyon River Expeditions owner, is ready to put the challenging year of 2020 behind him and focus on the upcoming summer season, which he hopes will be

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Iowa lawmakers likely will talk taxes, voting, guns, schools

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Legislature will convene Monday with Republicans holding large majorities and promising an agenda that could include tax cuts and changes to voting, gun and school attendance laws.

Republicans, who in November expanded their majority in the House and maintained their edge in the Senate, said they see the election as an affirmation that voters support the conservative actions they have taken since winning

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