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President Trump's reported to be ready to sign disaster relief bill without money for border security. Also on the Friday rundown: House bills would give millions a path to citizenship; and remembering California’s second-deadliest disaster.

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Archive: October 15, 2009

NEW YORK - Mr. Clean, Murphy Oil Soap and Swiffer get their day in court today, as the makers of those and many other household cleaning products answer a lawsuit demanding disclosure of what dangerous chemicals - if any - they contain. Representing a half-dozen health and environmental groups, Keri ...Read More

MADISON, Wisc. - When it comes to what health insurance companies cover in Wisconsin, a gap leaves more than 700,000 residents in limbo. That gap involves coverage for mental illness and addiction, which many health insurers cover at a much lower level than other illnesses. A federal parity bill be ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - The first round of H1N1 influenza vaccines will be making the way to pediatric clinics this week, but the Minnesota Health Department says those vaccines are earmarked for high-risk patients. Until supply catches up with demand, says Sue Molstad, parent referral coordinator with Th ...Read More

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - New studies out this fall are showing that heart attacks decline significantly after public smoking bans take effect. One year after passing smoking bans, communities in North America and Europe had 17 percent fewer heart attacks compared to communities without smoking restrictions ...Read More

BEREA, Ky. - Some Kentucky landowners are getting back some of the time and money they invest through a program that compensates them for the carbon the trees on their property capture. Rodney Mullins is one of the first few to receive a check from a carbon credit program run by the Mountain Associa ...Read More

BOSTON - From Facebook to Cable Access, communication technology has made its way into the hands of anyone who has the will. Now that most people have ways to get their message across to the masses, a number of media professionals and community organizers will share ideas about how to use new media ...Read More

MEDFORD, Ore. - If it is possible to have a timber industry that keeps people employed and also respects the environment and protects endangered species, the U.S. Interior Department says it can happen in Western Oregon. Managers of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Fish and Wildlife Service s ...Read More

CLEVELAND, Ohio - It might be time to rethink charter school policy in the Buckeye State. A new report from Policy Matters Ohio, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research institute, shows that kindergartners entering charter and magnet schools in the state's urban districts are better prepared in early lite ...Read More

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