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VNN Weekly Digest November 8-14
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
Dynamic duo takes Broome County photography scene to new heights
(NEW YORK) Known as one of the best photography duos in the area, husband and wife Ray and Kay Alvarez haven’t always been on the same business team.
Why eviction hits older adults harder, making them vulnerable to homelessness
(NATIONAL) Oliver had lived in his two-bedroom San Francisco apartment for nearly 30 years when his back gave out during the fall of 2019. He was diagnosed with spinal arthritis, and it became too painful for the self-employed carpenter to continue working on projects around California’s Bay Area.
Celebrating “Rock your Mocs”
(MUSCOGEE NATION) November is known as Native American Heritage Month. It is a time to celebrate cultures, traditions, and histories while acknowledging the important contributions of Native people. As a part of NAHM, many tribal nations take part in an event known as “Rock your Mocs.”
Here’s How Using Medical Marijuana Could Impact Your Insurance
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(NATIONAL) When it comes to cannabis, the lines can get a bit blurry. Below, we cover some of the most important questions medical marijuana users have about their health, auto, and life insurance.
And next week's Green Country forecast:
Warming trend into early next week
After lows near normal for this time of year, warmer temperatures are anticipated on Monday as southerly winds increase across the region and the surface high shifts to the east of the area.
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