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US Supreme Court rules on Trump's tax returns; Houston mayor cancels Texas GOP's in-person convention; Louisiana has elections; and DC council gives people incarcerated for felonies the right to vote.

Archive: April 20, 2009

St. Paul, MN – A coalition of nonprofit, faith and labor groups is urging state lawmakers and the governor to take a "balanced approach" to the budget deficit; one that includes raising revenue fairly. Strong differences separate plans proposed by the two branches of government. State lawmaker ...Read More

Milwaukee, WI - Advocates for people with autism are concerned about what appears to be a difference in the level of services available in Wisconsin's urban areas, when compared to the state's suburbs. April is Autism Awareness Month, and advocates for Wisconsin residents with autism have planned a ...Read More

Mason City, IA – In just over a month, many televisions in Iowa living rooms won’t be able to receive off-air signals anymore when TV stations begin broadcasting only digital signals. The old sets can be made to work with a digital converter box, but the cost of the box has kept many Iow ...Read More

Richmond - There's a full-speed-ahead sign posted for Virginia's clean energy plans: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has declared that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse cases are pollutants that threaten the public health and welfare. The finding comes two years after the U.S. Supreme Cou ...Read More

Vancouver, WA – It’s National Parks Week, and every park and national historic site in Washington hopes it’s the start of a busy summer. For vacation ideas, try the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site this coming Saturday. Representatives of ten parks in three states will be on h ...Read More

Seattle – Conservation groups in Washington say it’s ironic that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has declared greenhouse gases a danger to public health, when proposals in the State Legislature that would curb carbon dioxide emissions and other air pollution have been tabled or ...Read More

Salem, OR – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has declared greenhouse gases a danger to public health and welfare, something Oregon decided in 2007, adopting its own goals for reducing climate change pollution. This year, the State Legislature is considering at least a dozen bills, inc ...Read More

Jefferson City, MO - 2,000 people in need may be loosing their dental care after a state agency's decision to reduce primary funding to the charitable program. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has cut its support by two-thirds to the Elks Mobile Dental Program, which, for nearly ...Read More

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