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Giuliani says Trump will likely start preparing for a sit-down with Robert Mueller. Also on the rundown: A new report says SNAP changes would require a massive expansion of bureaucracy; and in the West, there's a win for sage grouse.

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Archive: July 1, 2008

Sacramento, CA - It's not too late to get a rebate. That's the message Uncle Sam wants to send to thousands of California retirees and disabled veterans who have yet to apply for federal stimulus checks. According to the IRS, there are 615,000 Californians who receive Social Security and veterans' b ...Read More

Sioux Falls, SD – The long Fourth of July weekend is nearing, and the American Cancer Society is reminding everyone who enjoys the outdoors to remember the sunscreen. Denise Burggraff with the ACS says 62,000 cases of sun-related melanoma will be reported across the nation this year alone. S ...Read More

Tacoma, WA – There's nothing like on-the-job experience. At least that's how Governor Chris Gregoire sees it; she spent a day walking in the shoes of Tacoma home care worker Rosa Vadillo. Gov. Gregoire says she came away from the experience with a better understanding of the struggle that tens ...Read More

Springfield, IL – The budget deadline has passed, and Illinois hasn't yet made it over the finish line. Today is the start of a new budget year, and there's still no budget in place because it's out of balance. There's also disagreement about just how deep the state's budget hole is, with es ...Read More

Des Moines IA – Whether it's for receptions, dinners, or social events, all sorts of groups were spending a lot of money on Iowa state lawmakers during the past legislative session. The financial reports filed with the Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board indicated almost $200,000 spent b ...Read More

Kalispell, MT – It's being called the "Plum Lucky" deal: more than 300,000 acres of Montana forest are changing hands for more than a half-billion dollars. The Nature Conservancy and The Trust for Public Land are buying the property from Plum Creek Timber Company for $510 million. They plan t ...Read More

Ann Arbor, MI – An effort to protect Great Lakes waters is one vote away from heading to Congress. Michigan has now joined Minnesota and five other states in ratifying an agreement to ban water diversions. Andy Buchsbaum with the National Wildlife Federation says it's designed to protect a nat ...Read More

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