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Retiring Care

After a year of wrangling, the United States finally passed the health care reform bill. With a majority vote of 219 to 212 in the House (where every Republican member voted against it), the U.S. is no longer the ONLY industrialized nation without national health care policy. There will be more political deal-making as changes get fine-tuned– it’s already the Senate reconciliation package and vastly different from when first introduced, however, at least the first historic step has been

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The Permanent Expat

The perception is that being an expatriate is temporary situation. The move to a new city is for college or a job. It may have been a visit with overseas relatives or friends that never quite ended. Whatever the reason, whether it’s been a month or a decade, when does home become where you’re living now and not where you were living

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