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Archive: March 14, 2008

BOSTON, MA – As people across Massachusetts prepare to celebrate Irish heritage on Saint Patrick's Day Monday, a new report says the green of Ireland could be in danger. The Irish-American Climate Project report says signs of global warming are apparent on the Emerald Isle, with average tempe ...Read More

Des Moines, IA – Many Iowa farmers are already using no-till farming practices and have land set aside in conservation programs, but there's an additional way those acres could be making more money. The new kind of "cash crop" for Iowa farmers who already use environmentally-friendly practic ...Read More

Lansing, MI – A consumer protection group is finding fault with the way Michigan has handled "no-fault" auto insurance, saying millions of people may have been overcharged. The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault says the state Insurance Bureau has not been checking to make sure insurance compa ...Read More

Missoula, MT – The "good news" that a $250 million payment is headed to Montana to help pay for asbestos cleanup in Libby is being tempered by a study released today on lasting physical damage from the mineral. The findings are in the current issue of the "American Journal of Respiratory and C ...Read More

Concord, NH - An old-fashioned peace rally is planned for Concord on Saturday, the fifth anniversary of the start of the Iraq invasion. New Hampshire peace groups and citizens are marking the calendar milestone with a march to the State House, a roll call of fallen soldiers' names, and an afternoon ...Read More

Pittsburgh, PA – Economic growth and good, clean jobs -- those are the goals of a nationwide conference underway today in Pittsburgh. It's sponsored by the Blue-Green Alliance, a coalition of labor and environmental groups. A number of Minnesotans are among the hundreds of people taking part, ...Read More

Washington, DC - The federal government is champing at the bit to get oil and gas drilling underway on Colorado's Roan Plateau, despite objections from the state. The federal Bureau of Land Management announced Thursday that it will move ahead with plans for oil and gas development, ignoring Gov. Bi ...Read More

Washington, DC - A former soldier from New Mexico who served in Iraq will be speaking out this week on what he saw there. Reagan Sullivan, Las Cruces, is in Washington for "Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan," where he'll testify about his time in Iraq with the Army. He says more than 200 soldiers ...Read More

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