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U.S. reacts to Turkish offensive, Ft. Worth police officer charged with murder, a tax break for New Mexico families, and animals hit on the road in Nevada.

2020Talks - October 15, 2019 


Tonight, 12 candidates will take the fourth Democratic debate stage in Westerville, Ohio. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard will be there, despite considering a boycott of the event.

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Archive: December 31, 2007

Concord, NH - The New Year marks an end to New Hampshire's political "season in the sun." When the presidential candidates leave town next week, a lot of advocacy groups will shut down or go into hibernation after months of putting the issues in the primary spotlight. Steve Varnum with Priorities ...Read More

Madison, WI – Kicking a nicotine habit is a common New Year's resolution, but on Jan. 1, when a new state cigarette tax kicks in, the idea is expected to be more popular than ever in Wisconsin. The substantial dollar-a-pack tax increase likely will give many smokers the extra boost they need t ...Read More

Charleston, WV – Even if they're not into wild New Year's Eve parties, West Virginians can make a "wild" resolution this year. A state environmental group is asking them to resolve to help protect the state's unique wild areas. Matt Keller with the West Virginia Wilderness Coalition says whe ...Read More

Columbus, OH – Thousands of Ohioans won't let one of their most important New Year's resolutions go up in smoke. They'll be calling the state's Tobacco Quit Line, which is bracing for a rush of smokers who'll be trying to kick the habit. Ken Slenkovich directs cessation services for the Ohio ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV – The nation lost plenty of its wide open spaces this year, and defenders of wild areas could have their work cut out for them again in 2008. A new report (from the U.S. Forest Service) estimates that the United States loses four acres of open space per minute. With that in mind ...Read More

Olympia, WA – A group of advocates for Washington seniors and disabled citizens soon will ask the State Legislature to increase the amount of training that in-home caregivers receive. They say the current training standards are inadequate, and they also want training to be available to family ...Read More

Denver, CO - Wilderness advocates are hoping the spirit of tonight's 'wild' New Year's Eve celebrations will carry over into 2008. Suzanne Jones, of The Wilderness Society in Denver, says 2007 has seen a resurgence of the movement to protect at least some of Colorado's wild treasures. "In Colorado ...Read More

Portland, OR – Oregon schoolchildren still have a big chunk of their winter break stretching out before them. Educators suggest that parents make an effort to use this time productively. Keeping kids learning during the "down time" means exercising their brains, which will make their eventual ...Read More

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