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United States Passes Federal “Right to Try” Act

In a bipartisan effort, the United States Federal government recently passed the “Right to Try” Act. This legislation will allow terminally ill patients in every state expanded access to potentially life-saving medications that are still in clinical trials. The bill also offers protection to doctors and pharmaceutical companies who provide the research treatment.

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Nothing Can Slow Down Holly Koester

Holly Koester has been in a wheelchair since 1990, but that has never slowed her down. She was the first person in a wheelchair to finish a marathon in all 50 states, was recently inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame, and even made it on the front of a Cheerios box!

Holly is positive, determined, and passionate. She was a softball payer in her younger days and decided to give adaptive sports a shot. At first, Holly tried wheelchair basketball and tennis, but it wasn’t the right fit for her. While attending an adaptive sports expo in Texas, Holly had her first exposure to wheelchair racing.

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USA Prepares for International Rugby World Championship


The United States has officially announced the roster for the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) World Championship. Team USA will compete in Sydney, Australia from August 5th-10th against the top 12 teams in the world. Ranked second, the United States will look to avenge a one-point loss to Austraila from the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.

Over Father’s Day weekend, the USA faced their last big test before the World Championship at the Canada Cup. Team USA competed against five other nations and started off the weekend with a 55-39 win over Denmark. Japan followed up America’s impressive performance with a 67-66 upset over Australia. Day two of round-robin competition setup the medal matches for the final day. Denmark edged out a 57-53 win over Sweeden to claim 5th place. In the next match, Australia took home the bronze medal over Canada.

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8 Accessible Attractions in Chicago

Navy Pier Chicago

The “Windy City” receives upwards of 50 million visitors every year and is full of plenty of things to see and do. From the lakefront to all of the eclectic neighborhoods, Chicago offers a unique variety of experiences for guests. Here is a list of 8 accessible attractions in Chicago:

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Test your Independence Day Knowledge

Whether you stay home or travel this 4th of July, we wish you a safe and happy holiday.

Independence Day Quiz

With July 4th right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to test your knowledge of America. Take our quiz below to see how well you know your Independence Day facts.

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