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Archive: October 26, 2009

MADISON, Wis. - It's time to chase the money-changers out of the courtroom in Wisconsin. That's the opinion of several groups wanting to remove the influence of campaign funds from trials. The League of Women Voters in Wisconsin has petitioned the state Supreme Court to adopt rules as to when justic ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - If you could stop domestic violence, you would stop a huge portion of the murders in West Virginia, according to the state's chief medical examiner. The office of the examiner, Dr. Jim Kaplan, has tracked the connection between the state's violent deaths and domestic abuse. He sa ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota is making top grades when it comes to improving after-school programs. A new study says the state is one of only a few to show a dramatic reduction in the percentage of children taking care of themselves after school. Brian Siverson-Hall with the Minnesota Association f ...Read More

CONCORD, N.H. - Halloween is almost here, and that means jack-o-lanterns, black cats, and bats... Well, maybe not the bats. According to wildlife experts, bats are disappearing from the Northeast and elsewhere at an alarming rate. The culprit is a mysterious new disease known as "White Nose Syndrome ...Read More

PHOENIX - Southern Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva says supporters of a "robust" public health-care insurance option are not giving, up as the full U.S. House and Senate prepare to debate the issue. Grijalva is co-leader of a group of representatives pledging to vote only for a bill containing a g ...Read More

FARGO, N.D. - October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, and according to the latest statistics, only about half the people with disabilities in the U.S. who want employment have jobs. That leaves a huge untapped work force. Amy Armstrong, project coordinator for the North Dakota Center fo ...Read More

NORFOLK, Va. - Religious leaders across Virginia are taking the unusual step of lobbying lawmakers, saying health care is a fundamental right for children and families. A coalition of Catholic, Christian and Jewish groups, the Faithful Vision Campaign, says health care strengthens Virginia's familie ...Read More

BEND, Ore. - The Oregon AFL-CIO annual state convention is underway in Bend, where about 200 representatives of trade unions are gathered to strategize for the coming year. Topics include Oregon's battle over raising corporate and high-income individual taxes, union recruitment, and keeping wages co ...Read More

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