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A bipartisan deal reached to avert U.S. government default. Also on our Tuesday rundown: a new report calculates the high hospital costs for employers. Plus, new legislation could help protect Florida's at-risk wildlife.

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Archive: May 28, 2008

Richmond, VA - Any second grader in Virginia will tell you there's an "R" in the word "free," but some public schools seem to be having trouble with that spelling. According to a new report from the JustChildren Program of the Legal Aid Justice Center, "fee" is more common than "free." The report ...Read More

Charleston, WV – Cloudy skies and rain are in the forecast for West Virginia for years to come, according to a new federal government report on climate change released Tuesday. The report takes a look at what changing temperatures and weather patterns mean for different parts of the country, a ...Read More

Manchester, NH - Green business leaders from across New Hampshire are rallying in Manchester today to push for the federal Climate Security Act. The bill would limit greenhouse gas emissions, and the businessmen say that would mean new, green jobs and a boost for New Hampshire's economy. Investor ...Read More

BOSTON, MA - A bill in the Massachusetts legislature aims to give a gift to patients by banning pharmaceutical companies from giving gifts to doctors. Supporters of the bill say such gifts, for example free lunches or free pens, have been shown to influence which drugs doctors prescribe. Patients ...Read More

Albuquerque, NM - It's going to take more than just 'cool heads' to prevail over climate change that's already happening in New Mexico and other Western states. A new federal government report released Tuesday says climate change is real, it's happening now, and the Land of Enchantment has already b ...Read More

Albany, NY — Lawmakers will be all ears today as some of the 2.7 million affected New Yorkers step up to the microphone to explain what it's like living in fear of sickness and injury, because they can't afford health insurance. These are New Yorkers like Rick, a broadcaster who got laid off a ...Read More

Madison, WI - Doyle says "Hands Off Our Water." That's the message sent by Wisconsin Governor James Doyle, Jr., as he signed the "Great Lakes Compact" Tuesday. It's an agreement covering eight states and two Canadian provinces and meant to protect the fresh water from being diverted to other areas. ...Read More

Pablo, MT – Montana educators have a new option when it comes to teaching the history of the state's Native American people. Education in Indian history and culture is required by state law, and a new set of four books will help schools comply. Author Julie Cajune with the Tribal History Proje ...Read More

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