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Economists say coronavirus disaster declarations may be the quickest path to reopening; militia groups use virus, Independence Day to recruit followers.

2020Talks - July 3, 2020 


Trump visits South Dakota's Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore today; nearby tribal leaders object, citing concerns over COVID-19 and a fireworks display. Plus, voter registration numbers are down from this time in 2016.

Archive: August 7, 2007

California's Department of Managed Health is meeting Tuesday to investigate Blue Cross for sending almost a billion dollars in profits to an out-of-state parent company - something the company had promised not to do - while denying coverage to Californians with "pre-existing conditions" and cancelin ...Read More

"Two versions of the new U.S. Farm Bill will be awaiting Congress when it returns from its summer vacation. Iowa Farmers Union president Chris Petersen says the two proposals both take giant strides in increased funding for sustainable agriculture and beginning farmers but they slide backwards with ...Read More

Sign-up is underway for a program designed to get more Minnesotans into farming. Farm Beginnings spokeswoman Amy Bacigalupo explains it involves classes and training for those interested in working the land. She says consumers are looking for sources of locally produced food, to make sure their food ...Read More

A new energy plan in Congress could spark an old battle here in New Hampshire. The U.S. Senate has approved a measure to guarantee clean-energy loans for atomic power stations. But veterans of the legal battles that nearly succeeded in blocking construction of the state's only nuclear plant in Seabr ...Read More

Nearly 45 million Americans are uninsured, with almost 52,000 in North Dakota, and a growing number are turning to the state's Community Health Care Centers for the treatment they need. A new study by the National Association of Community Health Centers finds health centers in North Dakota and aroun ...Read More

There's a "primary care payoff" for Virginia and other states - according to a new study from the National Association of Community Health Centers that shows community health centers provide care for people from all economic backgrounds and insurance levels, and they do it for far less than the cost ...Read More

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