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Archive: March 12, 2007

For New York workers, there are millions of dollars going unclaimed. According to the IRS, 20 percent of the workers who qualify never apply for credits like the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Child Tax Credit. Dianna Breen is senior project manager for the Children's Defense Fund of New York. " ...Read More

Sowing the seeds of rural economic development in Idaho may mean looking beyond the farm. Cultivating small businesses may be the fertilizer small towns need to stay healthy. Chuck Hassebrook with the Center for Rural Affairs says the next Farm Bill should include small business assistance along wi ...Read More

Some Ohio cities and towns are playing it "cool" these days by using energy conservation and alternative fuels to fight global warming. Sarah Topy with the Sierra Club in Ohio says there's a lot local governments can do, such as using more energy-efficient light bulbs in traffic lights and city bui ...Read More

Charles Linderman doesn't mind paying taxes. Like most North Dakotans, the Carrington farmer knows the money's needed to pay for roads, law enforcement and schools. But it's the way the state distributes those taxes that upsets him. Linderman was among hundreds of people across the state talking ta ...Read More

Most folks in Washington probably assume that if they can pay their rent, a landlord will consider their application. But that's not necessarily so. Landlords can refuse to rent to people receiving Section 8 housing vouchers or any other type of public assistance. A bill to change that has passe ...Read More

A lawyer is the house. Free West Virginia legal information with no strings attached is winning a lot of new fans. Legal Aid of West Virginia has posted hundreds of articles about common legal issues online for those who can't, or don't want, to pay an attorney to get an answer to a question. Direct ...Read More

It could be "back to the drawing board" for a major coal power plant in southeastern Wisconsin, after a new court ruling. The Oak Creek power plant is under construction between Racine and Milwaukee; the ruling from a Dane County Circuit Court calls for the state Department of Natural Resources to ...Read More

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