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Archive: August 08, 2014

PHOTO: A new report says median rent prices in Minnesota have risen by 6 percent since 2000, while renter income over that time has fallen by 17 percent. Photo credit: Michael Hicks/Flickr.

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Finding an affordable place to rent is becoming more difficult in nearly every county in the state, according to a new study. The latest analysis from the Minnesota Housing Partnership found that, despite some economic improvements, for many families statewide it's a growing strug ...Read More

PHOTO: In Illinois and elsewhere in the nation, a new report says it takes effective public policies to contribute to the growth of solar power. Photo courtesy Environmental Protection Agency.

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - While the availability of sunlight can make any state a solar leader, a new report emphasizes the importance of public policies that encourage solar power development. According to the Environment Illinois Research and Policy Center, the state's progress on solar has added to th ...Read More

PHOTO: A patient of the PATHS clinic system could die for lack of health insurance coverage. Photo courtesy of Piedmont Access To Health Services.

RICHMOND, Va. - A Danville system of community health clinics says one of its patients could die, in part because she has been without health insurance. Kay Crane, chief executive of Piedmont Access To Health Services (PATHS), said the woman has an autoimmune disorder that attacks her liver. She pu ...Read More

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