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Archive: January 13, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS - This March, Minnesota residents will find in their mailboxes an important piece of paper that will affect many aspects of the state's future: the U.S. Census form. Results of the decennial count will determine federal funding levels and a seat in Congress. The Census Bureau is sending ...Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - While there will be minor technical corrections bringing some new tax revenue to Tennessee government, Governor Phil Bredesen continues to make it clear he has no interest in enacting a state income tax in his final year in office. The Governor has been cutting state-funded servic ...Read More

DENVER - As the General Assembly convenes today, most Coloradans are probably glad to not be in the shoes of their state lawmakers, with a $1.5 billion budget shortfall to address for the coming fiscal year that begins July 1. Some believe it's time to cut more services and spend less money, but a g ...Read More

SALEM, Ore. - Almost 9,000 Oregonians took time out of their busy Tuesday to dial in and participate in a "Telephone Town Hall" meeting about upcoming state Ballot Measures 66 and 67. The groups that hosted the call support both measures, which would raise taxes on high-income Oregonians and also ra ...Read More

LYONS, Neb. - Although Congress is still working on health care reform legislation and it is far from final, rural North Dakota may be at the center of what some believe is the crowning achievement of the Obama Administration's first year in office. Virginia Wolking, rural organizer with the Center ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Support is building for legislation that could position Ohio as a national leader in fighting the growing health-related concerns of childhood obesity. The U.S. House and Senate are considering the "Healthy Choices for Healthy Children" bill, which would enlist schools to help kids ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - This winter's unusually cold weather has created snarls around the nation. Here in Appalachia, a fierce December storm knocked out power to nearly 400,000 people and cost more than $60 million to clean up. Not everyone lost electricity, however, because some weren't connected to ...Read More

TUCSON, Ariz. - In a reversal of federal policy, endangered jaguars in Arizona and elsewhere along the Mexican border will soon benefit from a recovery plan and designation of critical habitat. Eva Sargent, Southwest program director with Defenders of Wildlife, says it's an essential first step on t ...Read More

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