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Archive: October 17, 2008

Sacramento, CA - The California Delta may be one of the state's crown jewels, but with the current drought and growing population, it's also headed for disaster. A task force has been studying the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta for nearly two years, and has some grim predictions. Governor Schwarzenegg ...Read More

This weekend, religious congregations around California are uniting to draw attention to the needs of the state's 1.7 million poor children, especially in light of the current economic downturn. It's part of the 17th annual "National Observance of Children's Sabbaths," observed by thousands of churc ...Read More

Philadelphia, PA - Planned Parenthood supporters are hitting the pavement this weekend to talk to Pennsylvania women about what's at stake for them on Election Day. They'll canvass in Lansdale and hold events around the state on Saturday, speaking to voters about what their decisions at the polls co ...Read More

Lyons, NE – Just when rural Iowans are in the greatest need of economic development, the 2008 Farm Bill nearly eliminated all designated funds to benefit rural expansion. At the Center for Rural Affairs, Jon Bailey has done an analysis of the 2008 Farm Bill, and found 233 times more spendin ...Read More

Des Moines, IA - The use of lead in gasoline and paint was banned years ago, but there are about 16,000 factories and mines across the United States, including many in Iowa, that continue to be sources of airborne lead emissions. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has slashed the amount of all ...Read More

Boise, ID - The "roadless rule" for National Forests in Idaho has reached the end of the road. The rule has been published in the Federal Register, thereby finalizing the guidelines for how more than nine million acres of backcountry will look in the years to come. Most of the land will remain the s ...Read More

Phoenix, AZ – Sagging ceilings, cracked walls, and shifting floors sound like a scene from a Halloween haunted house, but they're part of a real-life list of home construction defects in Arizona. What do you do when your dream home becomes such a nightmare - and the builder would rather fight ...Read More

Lyons, ND - Funds for rural development in North Dakota were nearly eliminated in the 2008 Farm Bill. Jon Bailey with the Center for Rural Affairs did an analysis of rural development spending and programs in the 2008 Farm Bill and found a 233-to-one ratio between commodity subsidy spending and rura ...Read More

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