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Energy Secretary Rick Perry is handed a subpoena in the impeachment inquiry; and the Trump administration approves drug testing as a condition for unemployment benefits.

2020Talks - October 11, 2019 


Nine candidates addressed LGBTQ issues last night, including Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the first openly gay top-tier presidential primary candidate.

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Archive: June 27, 2007

California has to keep re-writing the record books when it comes to mortgage loan foreclosures. Almost 40,000 lost their homes in May, and thousands more are finding that rising interest rates are pushing payments outside of their budgets. And if it looks like a payment can't be made, experts say sp ...Read More

The push for renewable energy could soon become serious business. Congress is working on an energy bill that encourages biofuels and better fuel efficiency from new vehicles. Renewable energy consultant Ed Woolsey believes this has Iowans feeling "energized". He says no matter if its ethanol, biodi ...Read More

For the last eight months, residents of Cass County have been fighting a plan by Prestage Farms to build a 4,800 head hog confinement operation there. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has ruled in favor of the company's permit application. This week a busload of citizens delivered a letter t ...Read More

This is "National HIV Testing Day, designed to encourage regular check-ups. Colleen Bjerke with the Minnesota AIDS Project says knowledge and education are the best tools for prevention and treatment. “When people know their status, it helps prevent them from infecting anyone else. It also ca ...Read More

New York could be left "high and dry" when it comes to future drinking water, and a key source of power unless lawmakers sign off on an 8-state agreement in the special session. Both the Senate and Assembly had reached agreement for New York to sign onto the Great Lakes Compact, which is a regional ...Read More

For many families, it's a secret that shouldn't be kept -- their children may be eligible for public health care, and they don't know it. As Congress and state lawmakers look to expand health care to more kids, Donna Cohen Ross with the Center on Budget and Policy Prioritie says it's vital that Oh ...Read More

Rallying Oregonians called on Congress Tuesday to celebrate the nations' birthday by "restoring the Constitution and the rule of law" for the upcoming Fourth of July. In Medford, Eugene and Portland, they joined thousands of others demonstrating across the nation. At the top of their list is the Mi ...Read More

The demise of the pro-union "Free Choice Act" in the United States Senate yesterday was overshadowed by the immigration debate, but labor groups say the bill won't be dead for long. The "Employee Free Choice Act" would have certified a union when a majority of workers signed authorizing cards, mak ...Read More

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