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Archive: February 5, 2008

Santa Fe, NM - The Democratic candidates have been drawing huge crowds in New Mexico in the past week, and now the big day is finally here. As party caucus sites open at noon today, green groups are encouraging voters to remember the environment when they make their choice. Brent Blackwelder with ...Read More

Albuquerque, NM – The polls are in and signatures collected, both showing strong support for the "Rights and Responsibilities Act" in the Roundhouse, the New Mexico state capitol in Santa Fe, where it still is to be acted upon by the state senate. Jennifer Rose with the A.C.L.U. of New Mexico ...Read More

Nashville, TN – Tennessee is at "high risk" today for voting problems, according to a voter watchdog report that criticizes the state for not providing paper receipts for voters or auditing the voting machines. Pamela Smith with the Verified Voting Foundation says even with that bad news, sh ...Read More

Columbus, OH – As Ohio towns and cities consider a major investment in coal power, a new report finds that Ohioans could be left with higher-than-expected costs. A proposal by non-profit power company A.M.P. Ohio calls for local governments to "buy in" to new power generation, including a l ...Read More

Madison, WI – Rural Wisconsin can get a major economic boost from new energy production but it'll take some planning, according to organizers of the Midwest Agriculture Energy Summit starting today in Madison. Gary Radloff with the state Agriculture Department says there's a great opportuni ...Read More

Denver, CO - Super Tuesday is finally here, and green groups in Colorado are encouraging voters to remember the environment when they make their choices. Brent Blackwelder with Friends of the Earth says Colorado voters have a big stake in fixing global warming, in part because warmer temperatures me ...Read More

St. Paul, MN – It's "Super Tuesday," and voters in two dozen states, including Minnesota, will have their say in the Presidential selection process. Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie expects a strong turnout at Republican, Democratic, and Minnesota Independence Party caucuses through ...Read More

St. Paul, MN – President Bush has sent Congress the country's highest budget proposal ever, over three trillion dollars. It includes increases for national security and cuts in a number of health and social programs. Minnesota budget analyst Steve Francisco says, other than the price tag, it ...Read More

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