Extended Coverage

Mayfield and Browns haven’t traded extension proposals

Why then? Because at the start of the 2020 season, for which there had been no spring training or preseason, Mayfield was still getting used to head coach Kevin Stefanski’s offense. But as Cabot observes, Mayfield was Pro Football Focus’s second-highest rated QB in the past seven games of the …

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Medicaid and CHIP saw enrollments increase during coronavirus pandemic

By Victoria Bailey June 24, 2021 – Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) saw their enrollments increase during the coronavirus pandemic, bringing the total number of insured to more than 80 million, reported the HHS. A snapshot of CMS enrollment trends showed that there had been a 13.9% …

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The non-carrier mind is now a real mind. Introducing T-Mobile 5Gin and 5Ginger beer

BELLEVUE, Washington – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – It’s 5G o’clock somewhere. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint have come together with the perfect blend of capacity, coverage and relentless Un-carrier spirit to build the nation’s largest, fastest, and most reliable 5G network. Now T-Mobile’s extended 5G lineup covers 300 million people months …

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How vehicle maintenance contracts are the new normal for

Phoenix, Arizona, June 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Vehicle maintenance contracts (VSCs) are becoming the norm for new cars, as well as some used cars. We’ve all heard of a limited warranty, which typically only lasts a few miles or covers limited defects and repairs. But after the warranty expires, …

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Day three of the United States Olympic Trials features the women’s high jump and 3,000-meter steeplechase

History links EUGENE, Oregon—The third night of competition at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team Trials will be another exciting one for Villanova as Sanaä Barnes (Keller, Texas) continues to compete in the women’s high jump and Lydia Olivier (Wilmington, Del.) races of the first round of the 3000 meters steeplechase …

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ACA survives right-wing attack in Supreme Court

Illustration by Dave Granlund on Cagle Cartoons. Affordable care law will continue to cover millions In a long-awaited ruling, the Supreme Court dismissed a right-wing challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in California v. Texas, preserving health insurance for 21 million mostly low-income people of color. Opinion 7-2, written …

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Pandemic Brings Medicaid Enrollment to 80 Million People, ‘Highlight’

The recession caused by the pandemic and the federal requirement that states keep Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled until the national emergency ends have increased the number of people participating in the program by more than 9 million during the year. past year, according to a report released Thursday. The latest figures …

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New Car Warranty Comparison: What Do You Get From Each Manufacturer?

Among the litany of things to consider when buying a new car, your warranty just might be the deciding factor. View 2 images The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) defines manufacturer warranties as “voluntary promises made by the manufacturer about what it will do if something goes wrong with …

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Red, white and blue abound in wired coverage of the Biden-Putin summit

Major cable networks offered extensive coverage of the summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin on June 16, 2021, with looks that took full advantage of the countries’ shared color palette. MSNBC started coverage with “Morning Joe,” with the entire main anchor team, including Joe Scarborough, …

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