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The DOJ says former White House counsel Don McGahn does not have to testify. Also, on our Tuesday rundown: “Stop the Bans” protests over extreme abortion laws; education a hot topic in the Bay State and guess how many adults have tried marijuana?

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Archive: February 12, 2007

A group of sportsmen, conservationists and community groups is watching today as a bill designed to protect Colorado's native species and their habitat during the growing energy boom is introduced into the legislature. Dennis Buechler with the Colorado Wildlife Federation says they're not trying to ...Read More

South Dakota’s religious community is backing a bill prohibiting liquor licenses from being issued within a four-mile area of Bear Butte in Western South Dakota. The controversy erupted last year when the Meade County commission approved a liquor license for a bar and campground at the Sturg ...Read More

The Governor’s plan to raise the minimum wage in South Dakota is scheduled for debate on the Senate floor today, and the measure is getting a thumbs-up from state labor groups. The Senate State Affairs Committee unanimously endorsed the idea last week, and now the full Senate is scheduled to ...Read More

With the average home selling for over $160,000 in the Des Moines area, fewer and fewer low-income families can afford to buy or even rent. The Polk County Housing Trust Fund has just allocated almost two million dollars to organizations that will build reasonably priced homes or refurbish existing ...Read More

A plan under consideration at the State Capitol is drawing support from a statewide coalition of conservation and environmental groups. Don Arnosti is spokesman for "Clean Energy Minnesota.” “It would provide incentives for farmers to convert a portion of their land into native, perenn ...Read More

Action by the state of Utah last week could stall the giant water transfer to Las Vegas for at least two years. Utah rancher Cecil Garland, a member of the North Snake Valley Citizen's Alliance is one of those who pushed state lawmakers to pass the resolution, which calls on Utah's Governor to "refr ...Read More

Start counting the birthdays in New Hampshire and it's easy to see that the state's population is getting older. Steve Gorin with the New Hampshire Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers says the Granite State is now listed as the seventh oldest in terms of median age. He says Boomer ...Read More

If a state like New York wants new technology to monitor air pollution, they can right? Not so, according to a new EPA rule, and that's why the rule is being challenged today n federal court. The problem, according to Environmental Integrity Project attorney Ben Wakefield, is the EPA is telling stat ...Read More

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