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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: September 13, 2007

Des Moines, IA - Temperatures will soon be dropping, putting thousands of Iowans who are currently living in homes without heat in danger. More than 27,000 Iowa families have had their power disconnected since March and over half still cannot afford the reconnection fees. Jerry Mckim with the Low ...Read More

Iowa towns may soon have the authority to enact their own smoke-free ordinances if a measure giving communities that right passes both the Senate and House during the upcoming session. Stacy Frelund with the Iowa chapter of the American Cancer Society says local communities are already passing resol ...Read More

Boise, ID - Idahoans are being encouraged to give commands and make demands as part of a new campaign that calls for citizens to get busy, repairing the healthcare system and making lifetime financial security possible for working families. "Divided We Fail" is part of a national effort by AARP to g ...Read More

There's a bit of bad news in the air for Ohioans. According to a new study from the Natural Resources Defense Council, we can thank global warming for a slow but sure increase in "bad air" days in the state. Rising temperatures due to climate change will mean more hot summer days, increasing the ri ...Read More

While Congress works on renewal of the "No Child Left Behind" Act, Wisconsin's school superintendents are giving the law a failing grade. Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators' Director Miles Turner testified today at a State Senate hearing on the law. He told lawmakers that "No Ch ...Read More

A new study says the proposed Las Vegas Water Pipeline could end up costing people in rural Nevada and Utah a bundle, and at least one Indian tribe is ready to sue about the issue. The peer-reviewed study, in this month's Bioscience magazine, says if the state approves the pipeline and other proje ...Read More

Beaumont, VA – Violence nearly every day. That's what parents of children sentenced to the Beaumont Juvenile Correctional Center say they hear is going on inside the prison walls, and they're demanding that the facility be shut down. Their parents say the 260 children sentenced to terms at B ...Read More

It's been called one of the finest salmon runs on the West Coast, and now, the Copper Salmon region in Southern Oregon is one step closer to permanent wilderness protection. Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Peter DeFazio introduced the Copper Salmon Wilderness Act this week, which would set asid ...Read More

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