First Ebola case diagnosed in US, CDC confirms
Los Angeles Times | September 30, 2014 | 2:26 PM
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first Ebola case diagnosed in the United States.
It appears the patient is being treated at a hospital in Texas, as three public health and hospital officials from the state are scheduled to appear at a news briefing at CDC headquarters in Atlanta at5:30 p.m Eastern time.
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I suggest that the President ask the Congress to authorize immediate and necessary funding to combat this pandemic force, and in effect ask for a blank check up to $50 billion. Oh, and at the same time ask for authorization to engage in activity (might even call it war) on ISIL in the Middle-East. You think Congress might get to work...or are the Republicans just too busy with distractions to be bothered?
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