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While LSU alumni and fans around the world are enjoying the most dominating and most exciting football team the Ole War Skule has ever fielded, there’s something else going on at LSU that anyone who has a passing interest in the university should play close attention to.
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As 2019 ends, the positive economic news regularly astounds financial experts. The stock market continues to reach new highs, while unemployment is at a historic low level. Consumer confidence is soaring, and Americans spent record amounts for the Christmas season.
Joe has decided to sell his property. He convinces himself that he knows its value and what it will sell for. He calls his realtor and tells him the price he wants.
But, Medicaid expansion!
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