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Archive: September 19, 2008

Erie, PA - They're coming to your home tomorrow to help bring the troops home. Hundreds of Pennsylvanians will be going door-to-door to help kick off a nationwide effort to get at least one million signatures on a petition urging Congress to bring American forces home from Iraq within a year. Robin ...Read More

Pittsburgh, PA – It's an experience that will be torture, but hundreds of Pennsylvanians are interested. They're going to attend the "Talking about Torture" conference in Pittsburgh this weekend. It will address United States military policies on torture, the treatment of prisoners, and how te ...Read More

Camp Hill, PA - Leave no soldier's health behind. That will be the cry from hundreds of veterans and health care workers who will march to the Camp Hill Veterans Health Care Clinic today. The groups are calling for better funding and access to quality health care for vets and their families. Chance ...Read More

Bismarck, ND – A proposal on the ballot in North Dakota this November to cut the personal income tax in half and the corporate tax rate by 15 percent could be trouble down the road. That's the claim in a new report just out from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. It finds Measure 2 wi ...Read More

Boise, ID – One million doors in one day. Boise is part of a nationwide action tomorrow calling for the United States to bring troops home from Iraq within a year--a timetable outlined as "safe and orderly" by former Reagan Administration Defense Secretary Lawrence Korb. Volunteers will knock ...Read More

Boise, ID – If you follow the money spent on energy in Idaho, you'll find almost every dime flows out of the state, according to information being mulled by an Idaho legislative interim committee this week. Rhys Roth with Climate Solutions told the committee Idahoans are sending more than $3 b ...Read More

Albany, NY — The faculty union at the State University of New York (SUNY) says things are going to get worse for students and teachers unless SUNY administrators come up with a plan. The latest cuts of $96 million were announced in July, and Phillip Smith, president of United University Profes ...Read More

New York, NY — New York Senator Charles Schumer is pushing for a new federal agency that would pump needed capital into troubled banks. The agency would buy bad debt at a discounted rate. Ruhi Maker of the Empire Justice Center helps poor and middle class New Yorkers hang onto their homes. S ...Read More

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