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  2. James Franklin (American football coach) - Wikipedia

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    James Geoffrey Franklin (born February 2, 1972) is an American football coach and former player who is the head football coach at Penn State University.Franklin previously served as the head football coach at Vanderbilt University in the early 2010s.

  3. Bill Frist - Wikipedia

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    His new responsibilities include assisting in Aegis's development of a strategic alliance with Vanderbilt University Medical Center, providing counsel on the company's research and development for new laboratory-based toxicology assessments, and advise Aegis on general health care issues. [better source needed]

  4. CoreCivic - Wikipedia

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    The Eloy Detention Center of Arizona, owned and operated by CoreCivic, has had 15 detainee deaths from 2003 to July 2015, including five by suicide. Congressman Raúl Grijalva , D-Ariz., said these events made it "the deadliest immigration detention center in the U.S." [51] In late July 2015 he called for an independent investigation into the ...

  5. NYC Health + Hospitals - Wikipedia

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    In March 2009, HHC announced spending reductions of $105 million and said that it would eliminate 400 jobs because of Medicaid cuts, rising expenses and a growing number of uninsured patients. Alan Aviles, HHC President, said regarding the cuts, "We can try and ensure that patients who are adversely affected can be linked to alternative care.

  6. University of Alabama at Birmingham - Wikipedia

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    The medical center overlaps with the larger Birmingham Medical District where, in addition to UABHS, non-UAB affiliated hospitals such as the VA Medical Center Birmingham, Children's Hospital of Alabama and Cooper Green Mercy Hospital are located. The academic heart of campus stretches from the Campus Green west and from University Boulevard south.

  7. Sweatshop - Wikipedia

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    19th and early 20th centuries. Many workplaces through history have been crowded, low-paying and without job security; but the concept of a sweatshop originated between 1830 and 1850 as a specific type of workshop in which a certain type of middleman, the sweater, directed others in garment making (the process of producing clothing) under arduous conditions.