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Overseas service members and people with physical disabilities will be able to vote online this year in West Virginia, Delaware and New Jersey. Election security experts have some concerns.

Archive: October 6, 2008

Nashville, TN - The campaign trail is getting a health check. Tennesseans are rallying today, asking that health care reform take a more prominent place on candidates' agendas, and they're timing the request to coincide with the next presidential debate Tuesday. Tony Garr, executive director of the ...Read More

Nashville, TN – There will be dancing in the streets for the presidential debate. Child advocates and supporters are pulling out all the stops today and Tuesday in Nashville, with a series of music and dance events leading up to the debate. Linda O'Neal, of the Tennessee Commission on Childre ...Read More

Salem, OR - Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski has declared October "Affordable Housing Month," as reasonably-priced housing remains out of reach for many in the state. A three-day conference starting today will examine what to do about the problem. More than 15 percent of Oregonians now pay at least ...Read More

Seattle, WA - After two tumultuous weeks, Congress passed a bailout plan for the nation's financial industry. And while $700 billion may buy a Wall Street bailout, there are other parts of the economy in trouble. Some experts are debating all the last-minute extras added to the massive rescue bill ...Read More

Cleveland, OH - As Ohio deals with a budget shortfall of nearly $2 billion, state agencies continue to cut back on services and projects to try to make up the difference. A new report finds that instead of cutting into the basics, lawmakers should take a closer look at the tax code. A Policy Matters ...Read More

Boulder, CO - It's a way to be remembered while remembering the planet at the same time. Leaders of the "green burial" movement met in Colorado over the weekend, and Joe Sehee, founder of the Green Burial Council and one of the featured presenters, says a green burial is a way of returning to the na ...Read More

New York, NY - All eyes are on Wall Street today to see if the $700 billion bailout plan stabilizes the markets. Even if it does, some experts believe it's just the first step needed to fix the housing foreclosure crisis and the economy, which shed 159,000 jobs last month. Chief economist James Par ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV - Will the rescue of Wall Street reach Main Street? The eyes of the nation, and the world, will be on the U.S. stock market today as the $700 billion bailout gets its first major test. For Nevada, the big questions are whether the rescue plan will provide a cure for two of the state's ...Read More

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