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Archive: September 24, 2009

LEXINGTON, Ky. - University of Kentucky HealthCare and community partners across the state have launched a statewide, five-year campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of exposure to secondhand smoke. A survey by University of Kentucky HealthCare reveals that more than 1.5 million Kentuckians und ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesotans who have lost family members or friends to murder are planning to join the national Day of Remembrance for Victims of Homicide tomorrow. Loved ones and activists will mourn the victims and participate in events across Minnesota. Organizers hope the day encourages Minnes ...Read More

PITTSBURGH, Penn. - As leaders of the world's largest economies begin the two-day Group of Twenty (G-20) summit in Pittsburgh today, a global justice organization is putting the group "on trial" in Pennsylvania, charging its policies on trade and deregulation are widening the gap between the 'haves' ...Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Should health care reform be approved by Congress, Sen. Lamar Alexander recently asserted in a constituent letter, it would require the state of Tennessee to impose a 10 percent income tax to pay for it. That claim is being contested by a variety of organizations. They say the sen ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - A task force focused on water quality more than a thousand miles from Iowa is meeting in the Des Moines area this week to talk about what is being done to reduce the state's role in the pollution. The Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Task Force is investigating how to lessen fertilizer and ...Read More

LIVINGSTON, Mont. - Montana farmers are bringing in the harvest, and local celebrity chefs are working on the menu in preparation for the annual Harvest Celebration Dinner at Chico Hot Springs Resort. The event draws chefs and foodies from around the state as local vegetables, fruits, grains, meats ...Read More

NEW YORK - With the recession still hanging over the economy, Gov. Paterson says he expects the deficit to grow to $3 billion this year. His administration has ruled out further tax hikes, and analysts say that means cuts in the two largest pieces of the budget: health care and education. To that ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - As leaders of the world's largest economies begin the Group of Twenty (G-20) summit today in Pittsburgh, many in Florida are watching for discussion of climate change. Groups such as Audubon of Florida are monitoring the negotiations, saying low-lying Florida is at great risk fro ...Read More

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