Many died from COVID without leaving behind wills. Probate courts feel the impact.
Oct 12, 2021

Many died from COVID without leaving behind wills. Probate courts feel the impact.

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Also today: Michael Schumacher joins us to tackle how the markets are dealing with the question of inflation. In Texas, the governor has issued an order that bans private companies from issuing vaccine mandates.

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Probate court cases rise as people die from COVID without wills

Oct 12, 2021
In Texas, probate court judges say they are trying to manage a huge increase in cases, with families left to sort out a loved one's affairs.
Graciela Correa Morales died of COVID-19 at 72. She hadn't drawn up a will before her death, so her family is trying to figure out what to do with her belongings and assets.
Gabriel C. Pérez/Texas Standard

Profit bumps could aid drugstores' evolution into health care centers

Oct 12, 2021
Many retail pharmacies are trying to expand even more to become health care hubs. 
People walk by a Walgreens store in San Francisco.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

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