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Archive: October 18, 2010

DENVER - Early voting begins today in Colorado, and even though Coloradans have one of the lowest tax burdens nationwide, voters are considering two ballot measures designed to further pare state taxes and fees. Shepard Nevel, vice president of policy and operations for the Colorado Health Foundat ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - One of the more controversial issues on the Oregon midterm election ballot is Measure 73. It's a "tough on crime" initiative to increase mandatory sentences for people convicted of repeat drunk driving, and for some felony sex offenses. Opponents say cash-strapped Oregon can't affor ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and in Wisconsin this year, roughly 4000 women will be told they have breast cancer, and nearly 700 will die from the disease. The Wisconsin Well Woman Program, part of the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program, provid ...Read More

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - When a woman is faced with an unintended pregnancy, she may turn to a crisis counseling hotline as she contemplates her options. Reproductive health advocates say not all hotlines are the same, however. According to the Rev. Rebecca Turner with Faith Aloud, counseling hotlines sho ...Read More

CINCINNATI, Ohio - A statewide initiative is launching that will help family doctors and pediatricians go beyond treating only the physical needs of young patients. The Pediatric Psychiatry Network will help physicians better address mental health needs. The director of psychiatry at Cincinnati Ch ...Read More

WAKE COUNTY, N.C. - For the second time in a year, North Carolina's NAACP chapter is filing a Title VI complaint against a school system in the state, alleging discrimination. The most recent charge comes against Wake County, where the civil rights organization and fellow complainants are accusing ...Read More

SEATTLE - Ballots have just been mailed out in Washington, and between this year's initiatives, referendums and resolutions, you may decide you need a PhD in economics to figure out how to vote. League of Women Voters' board member Julie Ann Kempf says what you might really need is some time to thi ...Read More

RICHMOND, Va. - Breast cancer is the second most frequently diagnosed cancer for women in Virginia, following skin cancer, according to state statistics, and it is also the most treatable cancer if detected early. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time to bring attention to the disease and ...Read More

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