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Study Looks At Prescription Medication Price Reform

Many doctors dispense prescription medications to their patients at the office. It’s called physician dispensing. In 2012, reforms were put in place in Michigan to reduce the price patients paid for these medications. Now a new study examines the impact the reforms have had. Health Reporter Dr. Deanna Lites has details.

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Most Police Are Now Advising Others Not To Become Officers

Attitudes toward law enforcement by those in the profession are changing, given recent events. Ambushes of officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge are making it tougher to recruit for the future, says Oakland County Sheriff Micheal Bouchard. And that’s coming from within the ranks. Bouchard says he wants the front line …

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Move Over For Tow Trucks

Most drivers in Michigan know they need to move to the next lane or slow down when passing by police, firefighters or EMS units along the road with their lights flashing. But many don’t realize that also applies to tow truck drivers. That’s why Joel Ballor of the Michigan Towing …

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Fiat Chrysler Facing Fraud Investigation

The U.S. Government has opened an investigation into allegations of fraud against Fiat Chrysler. Bloomberg News reports that prosecutors with the U.S. Justice Department are investigating claims that the automaker has been cooking the books. The investigation comes after a Chicago-area car dealer said the automaker paid dealers to report …

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Get Your Propane Price Locked In Now

State officials say Michigan residents who heat their homes with propane should lock in prices now instead of waiting until it gets cold. Executive Director Valerie Brader of the Michigan Agency for Energy says signing contracts early can produce significant savings for customers. About eight percent of Michigan households use …

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