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2014 Has Seen Largest Coverage Gains in Four Decades, Putting the Uninsured Rate at or Near Historic Lows
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 -- The White House Council of Economic Advisers issued the following information:
Earlier this week, the National Center for Health Statistics released new data on health insurance coverage during the second quarter of 2014, the first federal survey data that largely capture the effects of the Affordable Care Act's first open enrollment period. These new data confirm earlier findings that 2014 has seen dramatic reductions in the share of Americans without health insurance, . . .
Governor, IPEP Release Findings of 2014 Battelle Report, a New Economic Development Roadmap for Iowa
DES MOINES, Iowa, Dec. 18 -- The Iowa Economic Development Authority issued the following news release:
Governor Terry Branstad joined representatives from the Iowa Partnership for Economic Progress (IPEP) -- the state's CEO-level, industry-led advisory board co-chaired by the Governor and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds - to release the findings of the 2014 Battelle Report: Iowa's Re-envisioned Economic Development Roadmap. The Battelle Technology Partnership Practice was commissioned by IPEP and . . .
Groundbreaking New Research Reveals Impressive Magnitude of Casino Gaming Industry in Indiana
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 -- The American Gaming Association issued the following news release:
For the first time ever, a new study conducted by Oxford Economics examines the vast, positive economic impact of the gaming industry on Indiana's economy. The American Gaming Association (AGA) released the first-of-its-kind study, which measures the industry's significant ripple effect on the supply chain, including local businesses. Oxford's study found that Indiana's gaming industry:
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Infertility, Surrogacy in India: U-M Expert Discusses Her Research
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 18 -- The University of Michigan issued the following news release:
Infertility is a growing problem worldwide. A World Health Organization report estimates that 60-to-80 million couples worldwide currently suffer from infertility.
In India, the WHO reports that infertility afflicts 3.9 percent to 16.9 percent of the population. Another study by the International Institute of Population Sciences in India says 15 million to 20 million couples in India suffer from infe . . .
IOE's World-class Research Activity Recognised by Assessment Exercise
LONDON, Dec. 18 -- The University of London's Institute of Education issued the following news release:
The latest assessment of university research has confirmed that UCL Institute of Education (IOE) is the dominant education research institution in the UK.
Almost half the IOE's research activity was awarded the highest 4* grade - 'world-leading in terms of originality, significance and rigour' - in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) exercise conducted by the UK's four higher educati . . .