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Mueller clears Trump of coordinating with Russia, but leaves the door open to obstruction of justice. Also on the Monday rundown: A look at how federal food assistance helps people looking for work. Plus, are you driving a salvaged car?

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Archive: May 22, 2007

There's some new life for Iowa's oldest buildings this week. Iowa's Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program ran out of funding in 2005, but it's back in business after the governor signed a bill to reauthorize it Monday. The bill provides $45 million in tax credits over the next three years. Ro ...Read More

With Iowa's central role in the presidential race, five national non-profits are coming here to draw candidates' attention to America's health care problems. The American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, Alzheimer's Association and the AARP will lead rallie ...Read More

A new coal-fired power plant may be in the works for Iowa, and critics say it's not a welcome neighbor. Located near Waterloo, the proposed plant would be built by L.S. Power of New Jersey. Supporters of coal power plants say they're a cheap way to produce electricity, but critics point toward co ...Read More

There's a "help wanted" sign going up in rural America. A congressional committee today is scheduled to consider a plan sponsored by Minnesota Rep.Tim Walz (DFL-Rochester) to attract a new generation of farmers and ranchers. He says it's designed to address obstacles to those trying to get into the ...Read More

Sen. Hillary Clinton took to the airwaves yesterday, promoting a pre-kindergarten plan for every 4-year-old in the country. Today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has also scheduled early education issues. State women's groups are saying that as women rise into more powerful positions, this and other w ...Read More

Idaho ranchers, along with conservation groups and outfitting companies, are trying to round up support in Congress for the “Owyhee Initiative” today. It's a new-generation wilderness proposal that is designed to preserve not just land and historic sites, but future economic prosperity. ...Read More

A new generation of farmers and ranchers need to be cultivated for Idaho. Most farmers are approaching retirement, and sons and daughters aren't traditionally standing by to take over anymore. But breaking into the agriculture business can be tricky, according to Traci Bruckner with the Center for R ...Read More

Millions of Americans, including North Dakotans, fall victim every year to identity theft. Lawmakers during the past legislative session OK’d a bill that gives North Dakota citizens another tool to fight back. Janis Cheney with AARP North Dakota says they're offering a series of seminars aro ...Read More

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