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Three out of four legal scholars say a Trump impeachment is justified; 700,000 to lose food assistance; and documents show the coal industry knew about climate impacts in the 1960's.

2020Talks - December 5, 2019 


Former VP Joe Biden's on his "No Malarkey" tour across Iowa, while the House Judiciary Committee had its first hearing with constitutional scholars.

Archive: April 13, 2007

Many Iowans advocating for controls over where livestock confinement operations could be placed, are puzzled by the inaction by lawmakers who campaigned on the issue of local control. Francis Thicke is a southeast Iowa dairy farmer who believes involvement by the governor will be needed to prod the ...Read More

Several thousand people are expected at the state Capitol Saturday for what’s called a “Global Warming Day of Action.” Scott Elkins is with theMinnesota Sierra Club, one of the sponsoring groups. He notes that the recent report released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Cha ...Read More

Legislation designed to provide consumer protection has become controversial. Joe Crumley with the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association says it requires insurance companies to act in good faith with their policyholders, because some insurance companies aren’t fulfilling their obligations. "The ...Read More

Visitors to downtown Keene on Saturday may see something shocking. The Monadnock Men’s Resource Center is joining with Keene State College and several other groups for a march against sexual violence called "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes." The shocking part? Many men in the march are expected to s ...Read More

Airing out dirty laundry is on the “to-do” list in New Hampshire this weekend. Hanging clothes out to dry, literally, is one of the small things that add up in the fight against carbon pollution linked to climate change. Concerned citizens across the state will rally to promote those ki ...Read More

New Yorkers who are concerned about climate change will be calling for Congress to take action this weekend to reduce carbon emissions by 80 percent by the year 2050. One of the most dramatic events will be in the city, where a "Sea of People" will outline how much of lower Manhattan could be lost t ...Read More

Thousands of people in Idaho are demonstrating the kinds of things that can be done to lower climate changing pollution this weekend. They’re biking, hiking, planting trees, and even attending concerts. It’s part of more than 1,300 “Step it Up” events across the country. Jess ...Read More

Fourteen mayors from Ohio and Northern Kentucky played host to New York mayor Michael Bloomberg yesterday in Cincinnati, and joined a nationwide effort to keep illegal guns out of the hands criminals. One of the priorities for Mayors Against Illegal Guns is getting the federal government to share i ...Read More

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