NEW YORK (AP) - Almost 18 months have passed since Hillary Clinton lost the presidency. She holds no position of power in government or in her political party. And she is not expected to run for office ever again. Yet Clinton is starring in the Republican Party's 2018 midterm strategy. With control of Congress up for grabs this fall, the GOP's most powerful players are preparing to spend big on attack ads linking vulnerable Democrats to Clinton.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - An Indiana man plans to sell his collection of Corvette Indy 500 pace cars. The Journal Gazette reports that Keith Busse is auctioning off the 16 cars next month during Mecum Auctions' spring sale at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis. The collection includes cars from 1978 to 2017. Busse says not every car in the collection actually paced the race, but some were used at the track in other ways.
ZEELAND, Mich. (AP) - A health care center in western Michigan is accused of agreeing to requests by patients for white-only caregivers. Six black certified nursing assistants filed a lawsuit April 11 against Providence Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, where they all work or formerly worked. The Zeeland facility offers memory care, rehabilitation, retirement and assisted living to mostly senior patients. A spokeswoman says staff assignments aren't made based on race.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana health officials are advising residents to get vaccinated for hepatitis A if their summer plans include visits to Kentucky or Michigan. The Department of Health says significant outbreaks of the liver-damaging hepatitis A virus have been reported in Kentucky and Michigan. The agency says Kentucky has seen more than 300 cases of the highly contagious viral infection, most of those in the Louisville area. Michigan has had more than 800 cases, including 25 deaths.
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