Anna Claire Miller

Anna Claire Miller

Anna Claire Miller is a senior at High Point University majoring in journalism and pre-law. She has completed previous internships with her local city government in LaGrange, Georgia, social media companies, and nonprofit organizations such as the Ray C. Anderson Foundation. She has worked as a writer for High Point Discovered magazine throughout her undergraduate education. Miller has a special interest in feature writing and is grateful to be a part of The Well News team this summer. She can be reached at [email protected] or through her LinkedIn.

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June 19, 2024
by Anna Claire Miller
New Protections Unveiled for Undocumented Spouses and Their Kids

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his administration will offer potential citizenship to any  immigrant without legal status... Read More

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his administration will offer potential citizenship to any  immigrant without legal status who has lived in the country for 10 years and been married to a U.S. citizen for an extended period of time. This new policy could... Read More

June 17, 2024
by Anna Claire Miller
Biden Campaign Redoubling Effort to Keep Abortion Rights Front of Mind for Voters

WASHINGTON — With the second anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade fast approaching, the Biden-Harris... Read More

WASHINGTON — With the second anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade fast approaching, the Biden-Harris campaign is organizing volunteers to share what they’ve experienced since that ruling went into effect. Decided on June 24, 2022, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization... Read More

June 14, 2024
by Anna Claire Miller
Senate GOP Blocks Nationwide Access to IVF Treatment

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked legislation that would have established a national right to in vitro fertilization, as... Read More

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked legislation that would have established a national right to in vitro fertilization, as the chamber’s Democrats continued an effort to put their GOP colleagues on the defensive ahead of the November elections. The 48-47 vote on the Right to... Read More

June 13, 2024
by Anna Claire Miller
Plastic Pollution Problem Continues to Grow Despite Efforts to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

WASHINGTON — Plastic is an integral part of our lives today and is also one of the biggest contributors to... Read More

WASHINGTON — Plastic is an integral part of our lives today and is also one of the biggest contributors to global waste. Since the introduction of plastic products in the 1900s, the integration, manufacturing and presence of these products in our society has soared.  Today, we... Read More

June 11, 2024
by Anna Claire Miller
Film Panel to Discuss Loneliness Epidemic and Importance of Social Connection

WASHINGTON — Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy are set to host a film panel... Read More

WASHINGTON — Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy are set to host a film panel discussion on the dangers of loneliness in American society Tuesday evening, following a showing of the documentary “Join or Die” at the Capitol Visitor Center. Created... Read More

June 6, 2024
by Anna Claire Miller
Senate GOP Blocks Bill Protecting Contraception Access

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans on Wednesday blocked legislation that would have protected women’s access to contraception, dismissing the bill as... Read More

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans on Wednesday blocked legislation that would have protected women’s access to contraception, dismissing the bill as nothing more than a political stunt by Democrats in an election year. The bill, the Right to Contraception Act, needed 60 votes to advance, but fell... Read More

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June 19, 2024
by Anna Claire Miller
New Protections Unveiled for Undocumented Spouses and Their Kids

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his administration will offer potential citizenship to any  immigrant without legal status... Read More

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his administration will offer potential citizenship to any  immigrant without legal status who has lived in the country for 10 years and been married to a U.S. citizen for an extended period... Read More

June 18, 2024
by Tom Ramstack
Senators Want More Transit Hubs to Help Reduce Housing Costs

WASHINGTON — A Senate panel strategized Tuesday during a hearing on ways to stimulate transit-oriented development with government funding. Transit-oriented... Read More

WASHINGTON — A Senate panel strategized Tuesday during a hearing on ways to stimulate transit-oriented development with government funding. Transit-oriented development refers to urban planning that integrates high-density residential, commercial and recreational spaces within walking distance of public transit hubs.... Read More

Vermont Legislature Overrides Governor, Passing Overdose Prevention, Renewable Energy, Tax Measures

The Democratic-controlled Vermont Legislature on Monday overturned a number of the Republican governor's vetoes, passing measures to prevent drug overdoses,... Read More

The Democratic-controlled Vermont Legislature on Monday overturned a number of the Republican governor's vetoes, passing measures to prevent drug overdoses, restrict a pesticide that's toxic to bees and to require state utilities to source all renewable energy by 2035. But... Read More

Majority of Americans Favor Forgiving Medical Debt, AP-NORC Poll Finds

NEW YORK (AP) — Janille Williams wants to buy a house someday — but first, he has to pay down... Read More

NEW YORK (AP) — Janille Williams wants to buy a house someday — but first, he has to pay down tens of thousands of dollars in medical debt. “I was hospitalized for a blood infection for three months more than... Read More

Record-Breaking US Heat Wave Scorches Midwest as New York Activates the National Guard

Extreme heat alerts affected tens of millions of people in the United States on Tuesday as cities including Chicago broke... Read More

Extreme heat alerts affected tens of millions of people in the United States on Tuesday as cities including Chicago broke records at the start of a week of sweltering weather. Midwestern states started to bake Monday in what the National Weather Service called... Read More

Oversight Hearing on Illegal E-Cigarettes Highlights Dire Need for Reform of the FDA

The Senate deserves credit for holding a recent hearing that underscored the failure of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for... Read More

The Senate deserves credit for holding a recent hearing that underscored the failure of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products to provide clear and fair regulatory pathways for smoke-free tobacco products that provide Americans with less harmful alternatives... Read More

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