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The DOJ says former White House counsel Don McGahn does not have to testify. Also, on our Tuesday rundown: “Stop the Bans” protests over extreme abortion laws; education a hot topic in the Bay State and guess how many adults have tried marijuana?

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Archive: May 23, 2008

Washington, DC - A clerical blunder by Congress could be a blessing for Virginia's farmers. There is more time to work on the 2008 U.S. Farm Bill after President Bush vetoed it this week, because Congress sent the wrong draft to the White House for approval. Now, lawmakers must approve the bill with ...Read More

Chicago, IL – Illinois is saluting a group of veterans who are often overlooked during Memorial Day weekend; those who took their own lives after returning from duty. The American Friends Service Committee holds an event today with the goal of getting quality mental health care services to sol ...Read More

Moiese, MT – It's a bison birthday, marking 100 years of hard work and stewardship. A century ago, Montana's National Bison Range was created by Congress when the bison herds that once numbered in the millions had dwindled to less than 100 animals in the wild. It was a Montana Salish Indian wh ...Read More

Seattle, WA – Despite Americans' growing concerns about food safety, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has decided to stop publishing a national survey that, since 1990, has tracked pesticides and weed killers used on farm crops. The agency says ending the project will save $8 million ...Read More

Custer, SD – Summer is just beginning to heat up, but record gas prices already have scorched South Dakota wallets. That makes vacationing closer to home a more appealing option for some - and local advocates of South Dakota's wilderness have just the spot. Cheryl Warren, with the South Dakot ...Read More

Bernalillo County, NM - Memorial Day is more than a three-day holiday weekend for residents of Pajarito Mesa, near Albuquerque. After an eight-year struggle, ground will finally be broken tomorrow for a new water system in their area. The community is home to approximately 400 families who have been ...Read More

Californians hitting the road this holiday weekend may also want to think about tuning up their driving skills. One-in-seven drivers in California is age 65 or over; and by the time the last of the baby boomers turn 65, that number will be one-in-four. Christina Clem, of AARP California, says her ...Read More

Harrisburg, PA – State legislation to improve Pennsylvania's water systems has groups that normally are at odds with each other agreeing it's the right thing to do. The "Chesapeake Bay and Watershed Improvement Act" (HB 2441) has been dubbed the "fair share proposal" by some. Introduced this ...Read More

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