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Topic - Jay Taylor
A western Kansas county is paying advance tuition for two emergency medical technicians to get paramedic certification in a bid to hire and retain qualified workers.
India's handling of intellectual property rights and patents has raised the ire of lawmakers on Capitol Hill, governors from across the nation, business leaders and pharmaceutical giants — and if that path continues, analysts say, the economic relationship between the two nations may come to a grinding halt.
One of the difficulties is finding employees who can adjust to the relative lack of urban amenities in rural west Kansas, where, for example, the closest major mall is 150 miles away, Taylor said.
Fire and EMS Chief Jay Taylor told the Ford County Commission recently the goal is to have at least one paramedic at each fire scene, but he doesn't have the staff to do that now.