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Archive: February 9, 2009

Valley Forge, PA - It's been said that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it, and some national stimulus money could be the key to protecting important parts of Pennsylvania's history while putting people to work. Historians at Valley Forge National Park are hoping for nearly a million do ...Read More

Jefferson City, MO - Last year, two-thirds of Missouri domestic violence murders were committed with guns, according to a recent study, and advocates against domestic violence say it's time to get guns out of the hands of offenders. At present, a police officer cannot legally confiscate a weapon at ...Read More

Estes Park, CO - Things could be even "wilder" than usual on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., in the coming days, and Colorado could stand to benefit. Congress is set to take up a big package of bills that would create new wilderness designations for public lands across the country. Some of the mea ...Read More

Denver - From a court battle to working together to battle global warming and achieve energy efficiency - that's the new state of things between the group Environment Colorado and Denver-based Tri-State Generation and Transmission. The environmental group had taken action in Colorado water court aga ...Read More

Denver - A cut to the Colorado state budget could put the brakes to "Meals on Wheels" and other programs for seniors around the state. Lawmakers in Denver this week will continue debating whether or not to cut two million dollars in funding for senior services that help older Coloradans continue to ...Read More

Phoenix, AZ – Wall Street got its bailout; and now, thousands of Main Street American families say it's their turn. A year-long process featuring 65 town hall meetings and 30,000 participants has produced a National Family Platform called "Equal Voice," a blueprint that urges a comprehensive a ...Read More

Madison, WI - The wind in Wisconsin may be the key to thousands of new jobs as the state becomes a Mecca for producing the equipment that turns its breezes and waste into energy. Wisconsin doesn't sit on top of any great reserves of oil, natural gas or coal -- but in the shifting energy economy, t ...Read More

Bismarck, ND – Nearly one out of eight North Dakotans qualify for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit. Those same families could qualify for a state credit, too, under a plan being considered today by the North Dakota legislature. A state Earned Income Tax Credit equivalent to 5 percent of th ...Read More

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