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Companies Urging Workers to Open Up About Mental Health

Construction companies in Northwest Ohio, increasingly worried about their employees’ mental health, are embracing “2 Tuff 2 Talk,” a suicide prevention program to help construction workers and their families navigate mental health issues and educate front-line supervisors in how to deal with those who may be having problems.

Quinn Emanuel $185 Million Fee in Obamacare Case Approved

A federal judge on Thursday approved a request by lawyers at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan to be paid nearly $185 million for work on a pair of class-action lawsuits that led the U.S. government to pay health insurers more than $3.7 billion.

Trump-Era Special Counsel Indicts Lawyer Tied to Hillary Clinton

A private lawyer with links to Democrats and Hillary Clinton was indicted Thursday by Justice Department Special Counsel John Durham over allegations that he made a false statement to the FBI in 2016, as an inquiry into the origins of the bureau’s Russia probe grinds on.

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