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Rise of the Drones | By Kim Bellard, May 24, 2017

For those of us of a certain age, we expected to be living in a Jetsons-type world, complete with flying cars. That hasn't happened, but it is starting to appear as though the skies may, indeed, soon be full of flying vehicles. It's just that they may not have.....Click to continue

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Gallup: 10 States With Largest Reductions in Uninsured Rates, 2013-2016

  1. Kentucky 7.8% uninsured rate, down 12.6% since 2013
  2. Arkansas 10.2% uninsured rate, down 12.3% since 2013
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Source: Gallup

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