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Archive: October 14, 2010

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Clean water, soil and air are the top priorities for Garfield County residents in connection with proposed new natural gas wells in Battlement Mesa. A new survey conducted for the Western Colorado Area Health Education Center found nearly 60 percent of Garfield County residen ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - For Nevada voters over age 50, all eyes are on the future of Social Security and how it figures into state and national politics. A new AARP poll of 500 Nevadans found 91 percent of them believe the candidates should pledge to support Social Security as a guaranteed, lifelong benefit. ...Read More

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Politics, eminent domain and transportation are up for discussion in Great Falls starting Friday for the 95th annual Montana Farmers Union meeting and convention. The two-day event will also feature educational sessions of interest to everyone, with Montana State University hort ...Read More

ALBUQUERQUE - Racism in the health care system is making people sick -- so much so that staff at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have been looking into the problem. An expert on the topic from the CDC will be the featured guest at a free event in Albuquerque tonight. Tonya Cov ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - The needs of those age 50 and older trump partisan divisions, according to a nationwide poll of AARP members likely to vote in next month's midterm elections. The group employed two polling firms - one affiliated with the Democrats and one with the Republicans - to jointly conduct the ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Older Ohioans will be a strong voice in the midterm elections, a new survey asserts. Ninety-one percent of members interviewed in the survey from AARP Ohio say they are "definitely" planning on voting, and another nine percent say they are "likely" to vote. Since 90 percent of the g ...Read More

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Speaking at a conference in New Haven on Friday, the official in charge of early learning at the U.S. Department of Education says taking steps to reduce educational disparities in even very young children is a high priority. Dr. Jacqueline Jones, a senior advisor to the Secretary ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Nearly 3 million Floridians are living in poverty, according to U.S. Census Bureau 2009 numbers. That's 1 in 7 people overall and 1 in 5 children. The Florida Association for Community Action is urging "let's talk about it" during a town hall symposium on poverty tonight at Flori ...Read More

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