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Thanksgiving delivers new meaning for many indigents after free medical clinic addresses health issues

There are hundreds of people celebrating this Thanksgiving with newfound health and vigor after finding treatment at the Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps┬┐ giant clinic this past weekend.
Volunteers perform dental work on one of the more than 1,600 patients in the Bradenton area who were provided nearly $1 million in health care, dental and vision services at the Remote Area Medical USA clinic that was held at Manatee Technical College on Saturday and Sunday. JESSICA DE LEON/Bradenton Herald
Today's refugee controversy defies Thanksgiving history
Ex-Manatee County schools superintendent only trying to exact revenge
Florida state stress tests shows insurers can pay for catastrophes
About Syrian refugees, what would Jesus do?
RedBlueAmerica: Does a distrustful nation give Trump a leg up?
Doyle McManus: What fuels Trump's rise? Anger and fear
Timothy Egan: The civilized and the damned
Francois Hollande's risky war talk
David Brooks: Tales of the super survivors
Another good reason to accept Syrian refugees
Carl Hiaasen: Scott's plan would ruin Florida's state parks
Obama is right: Destroying Islamic State will take time and patience, not bluster
Let's look less hard for cancer
Paul Krugman: The farce awakens

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