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Will Congress Bring Sky-High Air Ambulance Bills Down To Earth?

Medevac helicopter companies are on the congressional radar, as a funding bill for the Federal Aviation Administration nears passage. Consumer protections against deceptive practices could become law.

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Underworld Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra
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Saccade Steve Hauschildt, Julianna Barwick
Syncope Steve Hauschildt, GABI
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Spill Knapsack
Echo Taps Various Artists
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I giorni dell'ira Riziero Ortalani
Fino all'ultimo colpo Riziero Ortalani

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The Politics Of Bump Stocks, 1 Year After Las Vegas Shooting

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Exodus Michael Salvatori
Heretic Machine Tom Salta, Lennie Moore, Paul Lipson
Asleep in the Desert ZZ Top
Jabba Flow Shag Kava & A-Trak
Sunset Over Manaan ATTLAS

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Will Congress Bring Sky-High Air Ambulance Bills Down To Earth?

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Peeech Pixl Pyrmd

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After 'Forty Years Of Pointed Ears,' 'ElfQuest' Ends Its Legendary Run

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Concerning Hobbits Howard Shore
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The Hype Cookie Jar

Orlando Police officers direct family members away from a fatal shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla. An investigation has found that a fire department plan to respond to mass shootings had been put on hold. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption

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At Pulse Nightclub, A Death Toll That Might Not Have Been So High

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