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Archive: February 7, 2008

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New York, NY — New Yorkers are hoping a little "healthy communication" will improve healthcare in the Empire State. A new poll by the Community Services Society finds healthcare is the top issue for New York voters. Susan Dooha, with the group New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage, says t ...Read More

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Des Moines IA – Cutting back while boosting spending? Some Iowa farmers say they're confused by the mixed messages they're getting when it comes to farm conservation programs. On the one hand, the Bush Administration is proposing a spending increase of nearly $8 billion for conservation progra ...Read More

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Des Moines, IA – Iowa's sustainable farmers are coming together, to help sustain each other. Growing numbers of farmers are branching out from traditional row-crop and animal confinement operations to adopt more sustainable agriculture methods. They're also conducting research and demonstratio ...Read More

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Charleston, WV – Protecting West Virginia streams and valleys is the goal of a newly-proposed state law. It aims to prevent them from being buried in the rocky waste, called "overburden," that results from mountaintop removal coal mining. State Senator Jon Blair Hunter, who introduced the bill ...Read More

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Columbus, OH – Ohio can best work for its children's futures by putting more Ohioans to work. Children's advocates are praising Governor Strickland's emphasis on job creation and education in yesterday's "State of the State" address. Gayle Channing Tenenbaum, with Voices for Ohio's Children, ...Read More

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Portland, OR – The heat is on in Congress to help Oregonians, and others, pay this winter's heating bills. A new amendment to the House version of the economic stimulus package would add $1 billion for energy assistance, which includes $6.6 million for Oregon. It was introduced on Wednesday by ...Read More

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Lansing, MI – The Great Lakes are on thin ice, according to those who have reviewed President Bush's new federal budget proposal. The spending plan cuts $56 million from current programs to control sewage pollution and invasive species in the Lakes. Jeff Skelding with the Healing Our Waters-G ...Read More

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Kent, WA – Today is "Hunger Action Day" at the Washington Legislature, and the focus is feeding the state's poorest kids at school. Last year, a co-payment of 40 cents was eliminated for kids' lunches in grades K through 3, and school cafeterias have seen a sharp increase in the number of meal ...Read More

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