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Archive: July 3, 2009

Las Vegas, NV – President Obama's new education secretary opened himself to tough questions from 10,000 teachers Thursday and addressed concerns about where the nation should be headed on the issue of education. Sec. Arne Duncan held a town hall-style meeting at the National Education Associat ...Read More

Pierre, SD – Supporters of South Dakota’s new smoke-free law are challenging a petition that could force the law to go to a statewide ballot in 2010. The South Dakota Tobacco Free Kids Network has filed the challenge arguing nearly 10,000 of the 25,000 signatures turned in by a group tha ...Read More

Charleston, WV – West Virginia’s prison overcrowding problem has grown to such a crisis, Gov. Joe Manchin is considering calling lawmakers back to Charleston for a special session. A new report released by the Governor’s Commission on Prison Overcrowding shows more than one thousan ...Read More

Seattle – Home healthcare workers held rallies Thursday in six cities around the state, urging people to "declare independence" from a healthcare system that isn’t working. They have a unique perspective on the problem, working with seniors and people with disabilities, while at the same ...Read More

Skykomish, WA – It’s impossible to pick the most beautiful place in Washington, and one of the reasons is being celebrated this weekend. The Washington State Wilderness Act was signed into law 25 years ago today, by then-President Ronald Reagan. John Chelminiack, the North Cascades Ini ...Read More

New York, NY — President Obama’s education secretary told 10,000 educators Thursday they need to accelerate the pace of reforms, and New York’s top education union leader is accepting that challenge. Education Sec. Arne Duncan challenged members of the National Education Associatio ...Read More

Santa Fe - New Mexico's federal lawmakers are home for the Fourth-of-July holiday, but already are hearing plenty of opinions from New Mexicans about what should be included in a major healthcare reform package. Sharon Kayne, communications director for New Mexico Voices for Children, says they've ...Read More

Columbus – Budget perils are threatening the safety and well-being of Ohio’s children, according to parents and community leaders across the state, who rely on after-school and summer programs to provide care for their children while at work. They are urging lawmakers to save the program ...Read More

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