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The Supreme Court opens the door for prosecutors to seek President Trump's financial records; a backlash in Florida on school reopening plans.

2020Talks - July 10, 2020 

US Supreme Court rules on Trump's tax returns; Houston mayor cancels Texas GOP's in-person convention; Louisiana has elections; and DC council gives people incarcerated for felonies the right to vote.

Archive: August 24, 2007

Washington is on track to cover all kids in the state with health insurance by the year 2010. However, a new White House rule change restricts using federal "S-CHIP" funds except to cover the very poorest children. This could hinder the state’s plans to expand coverage to kids of working fam ...Read More

In South Dakota, students and teachers are preparing for another school year. However, many districts are finding that a lack of adequate funding is making it difficult to recruit and retain teachers. Florence High School Superintendent Gary Leighton says the number of college students entering th ...Read More

Tennessee shoppers may have noticed some unusual announcements on retailers' public address systems, advising them never to sleep with their infants, and that 'the safest place for a baby is in a crib.' The announcements claim that crib sleeping reduces the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SID ...Read More

A White House rule expected today could open up more West Virginia streams to dumping from mountaintop removal coal mines. The plan would change the “buffer zone” rule, which is intended to protect streams from being filled in by waste from mines. Cindy Rank with the West Virginia High ...Read More

A unique program designed to assist low-income seniors and adults with disabilities is expanding in Oregon today. The "Money Management Program" targets people at risk of losing their independence due to difficulties managing their financial affairs. Easter Seals Oregon is joining with AARP to he ...Read More

In Ohio, a coalition of nonprofit groups is working to gather interest for a new electrical utility plan that would promote efficiency and conservation while keeping costs down for consumers. The proposal would require utilities to work with the state to keep costs down for consumers, especially lo ...Read More

This summer, an alliance of organizations has undertaken an effort to encourage Iowans to take a stand on the war in Iraq and to pressure the state’s Congressional delegation to take a new direction. Starting tomorrow, the “Take a Stand” effort begins its final push before lawmake ...Read More

A poll of likely Nevada caucus voters found that most are watching the presidential race closely, but they feel they aren’t getting enough information on key issues. The poll included senior voters from both parties, and concluded that 90 percent of potential Nevada caucus participants say the ...Read More

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