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Archive: July 18, 2008

New York, NY — More "Ozone Alert Days" and heat waves are in store for New York, according to a new report from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It warns that the Northeast is one area of the country that will see the greatest number of illnesses and deaths due to increases in s ...Read More

Pierre, SD – Plenty of issues await the new president of the South Dakota Education Association (SDEA), who began her new duties this week. Topping the list are school funding and teacher pay, according to Sandy Areseneault. She's a Custer Middle School physical education teacher and library a ...Read More

A recent poll has found fewer Americans trust the mainstream news media. The Sacred Heart University poll found less than 20 percent of those surveyed believe all, or most, of what they read or hear on the news, indicating Californians are putting less trust in the news media. The survey also found ...Read More

Helena, MT – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued a report documenting the ways climate change will affect people throughout the country. In Montana, smoke-filled air, earlier allergy seasons, and shorter fishing seasons are on the list, due to increased wildfires, drought, and ...Read More

Columbus, OH – We've all heard them - nasty political attack ads that seem to do nothing to convey how a candidate can handle the job he or she is seeking. In an effort to add what it calls some "common sense" to this year's campaigns, a bipartisan group in Ohio is promoting an ad scorecard. ...Read More

Minneapolis, MN – Almost one-half of voters in the United States say they're pessimistic about the future for children. According to a new national survey, they favor spending for health, education, and safety - even over such popular priorities as tax cuts or balancing the federal budget. Th ...Read More

Portland, OR – Tough times for the West are predicted in a new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report about the effects of climate change on human health and welfare. For Oregon and other Western states, the list includes an increase in health problems related to heat and air pollut ...Read More

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