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State couldn’t pull health-care funding out of a hat

Wouldn’t it be great if you could have anything you wanted just by painting it on a sign followed by the words, “IS A HUMAN RIGHT”? In the 1960s, that would have been a great plot for an episode of “Bewitched.” “Housing is a human right!” Samantha the suburban witch twitches her nose — twinkle-tinkle-tink […]
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