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Archive: March 3, 2008

Cheyenne, WY – Going to PTA meetings, scheduling conferences with teachers and volunteering at the school. That's how gay and lesbian parents in Wyoming are more likely than other parents to be involved with their child's school, according to a first-ever report issued by civil rights groups. ...Read More

Albuquerque, NM - Renewable energy is getting "charged up" again in Washington, with the Senate taking up another bill that could further "energize" the industry in New Mexico. The house last week passed a bill that would roll back tax cuts for oil companies and use the income to boost renewables li ...Read More

Madison, WI – It's a "photo finish" this week in the State Senate, with a push to vote on a photo I.D. requirement for voters. Supporters say photo I.D. is needed to prevent fraud in voting; they point toward a recommendation in a recent report from Milwaukee’s Police Department on the ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV – You may have planned on moving to Nevada for retirement, but many retirees are finding they did not plan enough when it comes to paying for the high cost of prescription drugs. Free help is now available for Nevadans who are trying to cope with soaring prescription drug costs. ...Read More

Portland, OR – Portland-based Mercy Corps has a disaster relief team in Kenya to help some of the 300,000 Kenyans displaced by political violence in the past two months. Since their president was re-elected in December amid allegations of fraud, more than a thousand Kenyans have been killed. L ...Read More

Concord, NH - The oil companies call it a tax increase, but environmentalists call it a win for workers. The U.S. House of Representatives passed an energy bill that supporters say will create green-collar jobs, but it could burn out in the Senate, where opponents argue it won't help reduce soaring ...Read More

Columbus, OH – Ohio children's advocates say they're excited about a flurry of activity in Congress, with a number of proposals aimed at improving the nation's foster care and child welfare system. Crystal Ward Allen with the Public Children Services Association of Ohio says the current syste ...Read More

Nashville, TN – He’s "been there," and he wants everyone to know how bad it was. Floyd Stewart of Nashville is a former nursing home patient who says he almost died because of neglect during his stay. He takes issue with the proposed Nursing Home Patient Protection Act of 2008 before th ...Read More

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