Since Last We Spoke, 3-11-19

Well, I’m heading off to Michigan State University for a few days, kicking off the next major travel cycle. March has me bouncing all over this country, ending in the Seattle area, with some ATL and Ft Bragg in between. I’ll be glad to catch spring where I can find it–it seems to be teasing us here in DC, but I’m not certain it’s much more than that–a tease. There was still snow this weekend, and that was ok since I worked most of it in anticipation of being gone quite a bit. So this week’s list isn’t the most extensive, but I’ll give it to you anyway– here’s what caught my eye since last we spoke:

A long wait for justice comes to an end

Whatever the opposite of patient-centered care is, I believe this qualifies

AMA comes out swinging on the Title X restrictions. Good for them.

Sherrod Brown’s likability problem. Brilliant (for the record, I am a huge Sherrod Brown stan)

Sen McSally’s sexual assault disclosure will not be investigated

Two of my favorite authors in conversation. If you have the time, it’s so good. They go all over the place, but there’s a lot there.


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