On Monday, the Drug Enforcement Administration issued a Public Safety Alert warning Americans of an alarming increase in availability of lethal fake prescription pills containing fentanyl and methamphetamine.
On Tuesday, Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg announced that South Dakota and other states including California, Florida, New York, North Carolina, and Texas, have reached an agreement with the pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb Company.
President of the Oglala Sioux Nation, Kevin Killer made a Facebook post Tuesday, stating the the Oglala Sioux Tribe ambulance service workers and staging a walk out Friday at Midnight, raising the question of why?
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The state of California. New York City. Hospitals and nursing homes. Colleges and universities. Employers are putting COVID-19 vaccine requirements into place and it’s getting attention. But what happens if workers refuse?
President Joe Biden recently signed an executive order reinforcing that hospitals be transparent with their service prices. According to the nonprofit Patient Rights Advocate, only about 6% of hospitals in the United States are compliant with these new rules.
A judge overseeing the criminal trial of South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg is ordering medical providers to turn over their health records for the man killed when Ravnsborg struck him last year.
Since last Wednesday, South Dakota has seen an increase of 200 cases bringing the state’s total number to 124,948. Since Monday, the state of Wyoming has seen a 279 increase in COVID-19 cases bringing the total number of cases to 63,988.