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The Commission on Presidential Debates rejected the Trump's campaign for a fourth debate. Hawaii has a primary tomorrow, but there are only 8 vote service centers.

Archive: December 31, 2007

Des Moines, IA – Global warming is the issue bringing Iowans out on a cold winter's night to caucus for presidential candidates this year. In addition to picking a presidential candidate, caucus-goers will decide what goes into the party platform. Sherry Timmons will be heading out Thursday ...Read More

Riverhead, NY - New Year's Eve means popping the cork and celebrating for many New Yorkers. But it's only the midpoint of a long, cold winter for Long Islanders without homes. Dennis Yuen with the Peconic Community Council says that after the ball drops in Times Square tonight, there are still two m ...Read More

Albany, NY - This week marks the first anniversary of "Timothy's Law," which guarantees mental health insurance for New York children. The law requires employers to provide as much coverage for kids' mental and substance-related illnesses as they do for purely physical injuries and disease. Shelly N ...Read More

Bridgewater, MA - Employees and patrons of state libraries in Massachusetts are crossing their fingers, hoping for a much happier new year. Many of them are in danger of shutting down completely in 2008, as a result of budget wrangling. For instance, Bridgewater's public library now struggles to s ...Read More

Nashville, TN – Tennesseans will be ringing in the New Year with "change" in their pockets when a one-half percent reduction in the food tax goes on the books January 1. Some estimate that this savings will buy almost a weeks' worth of groceries for the average family. Tennesseans for Fair T ...Read More

Missoula, MT – This summer's wildfires may be out, but Montana is left with a $43 million tab for fighting them, according to a state legislative report. That's nearly $30 million more than the average costs in previous years. Bill Geer with the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership ex ...Read More

Boise, ID – It's the last day of the year, and that means the last chance for Idahoans to make donations to their favorite charitable groups and get a tax write-off for 2007. Idaho's nonprofit organizations depend on individual donations for most of their support, and demands for their service ...Read More

Lansing, MI – Kicked out of school and onto the road to prison? So-called "zero tolerance" policies in Michigan have been on the books for about 10 years, and Marsha Weissman with the Center for Community Alternatives says it's time to reevaluate them. She believes the policies aren't in the ...Read More

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