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Thousands get 2014 insurance from NY exchange

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) With insurance through New York's health exchange starting next year, thousands of policyholders have to change coverage while even more uninsured are signing up for new policies.

Facing a late influx of applications, the exchange has pushed back enrollment deadlines twice, most recently to midnight Tuesday for policies effective Jan. 1.  Go to full article

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In the Whallonsburg Grange, divisions fall away (Photos:  Brian Mann)
In the Whallonsburg Grange, divisions fall away (Photos: Brian Mann)

North Country activists, families nurture change & dialogue in Middle East

This morning we begin an occasional series of reports and interviews that focus on North Country activists who are making a difference around the world. From Antarctica to Rwanda to Siberia, people from this region are helping to fight poverty, protect the environment, and support traditional cultures. This morning, Brian Mann profiles a group of organizers in Essex County, who are working to ease tensions in the Middle East, one family and one conversation at a time.  Go to full article
Erin Shatraw
Erin Shatraw

Breaking the Language Barrier

Exchange students and their American hosts have been breaking down the barriers of language and culture for decades. Erin Shatraw is honors English student in the 11th grade at Canton High School. She found those barriers come down person to person, in unexpected ways.  Go to full article

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