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Trump Poised To End Contraception Requirement For Employee Health Benefits

President Donald Trump is expected to issue a regulation allowing employers with religious objections to omit coverage for contraception from their workers’ insurance plans. In other Trump administration news: the Department of Health and Human Services names 14 people to its mental health panel; the cancellation of several payment reforms is complicating efforts by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to promote value-based care; and the National Parks Service lifts a ban on selling plastic water bottles in the parks.

Free Program Offers Santa Rosa Mothers Help With Breastfeeding

Mothers of infants who are having trouble breastfeeding or who need some advice can relax on a comfy couch or upholstered chair in a homey living room-like setting, and join a support circle offering help from nurses, specialists and fellow moms working through the same problems.

Parents Of Mentally Ill Man File Wrongful Death Suit Against Redding Police Department

A lawyer for Kathryn and William Robinson of Orland says they don’t want their son, Matthew Clayton Robinson, to have died for nothing. “We want the public to be aware of what happened here and to help prevent atrocities like this in the future. We want law enforcement to start paying attention to the fact that not everyone they encounter is a criminal.”