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The Movement for Black Lives announces a new proposal to overhaul policing and invest in Black communities; NJ and DE have primary elections today; and some political candidates join in a Facebook advertising boycott.

Archive: June 19, 2009

Frankfort, KY – Is Kentucky prospering from new jobs created in the state's growing clean energy economy? A new study from Pew Charitable Trusts answers "yes," finding more than 9,000 clean energy jobs have already been developed, even during the economic downturn. One Kentucky group says that ...Read More

Jefferson City, MO - It looks like wild weather events and changes in the seasons are on the horizon for Missouri and the rest of the Midwest because of climate change. A new federal study predicts more heat waves, precipitation, and flooding, among other things. Dr. Amanda Staudt, climate scienti ...Read More

Denver - Giving Dad a little peace of mind when it comes to his health could be the best Father's Day gift this year. That's the message from Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains during June's Men's Health Month. Spokesperson Monica McCafferty says her organization has experienced a 22-percen ...Read More

Las Cruces - It's a little tougher to make a run for the border these days - not just for humans, but for the wildlife that calls the borderland home. That's the reality since the recent construction of the controversial southern border fence, and it's also the subject of a traveling photo exhibit n ...Read More

Sioux Falls, SD – A detour to prison can make it tough to get back on track in life for many former inmates. However, a faith-based coalition that's working to help all who are affected by the criminal justice system reports it's making progress helping ex-inmates transition back into society. ...Read More

Salem, OR - Almost one-in-six Oregonians uses food stamps, and the number has climbed 27 percent in the past year. In these final days of the legislative session, there are a couple of hunger action bills still in play to address the growing need. One would eliminate the co-pay amount for school bre ...Read More

New York, NY — Just in time for Father’s Day, federal lawmakers will reintroduce a measure today in Congress that seeks to make major changes in child support policy and provide job training for absentee and low-income fathers. The Responsible Fatherhood and Healthy Families Act would ch ...Read More

Albany, NY - A new report shows half of Long Island's school districts opted not to use millions of dollars in state funds that could have sent thousands of four-year-olds to preschool classes. According to the report, titled Windows of Opportunity, by the nonprofit Early Years Institute (EYI)>, tho ...Read More

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