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Archive: October 26, 2010

DENVER - Election day is just one week away, and among the issues Colorado voters are considering this year is one designed to keep the state from going into debt. Amendment 61 would end borrowing at the state level, and significantly restrict local borrowing as well. Mark Neuman-Lee, policy anal ...Read More

DENVER - Oil and gas companies are renewing their exploration of oil shale as a potential fuel source, despite spending billions of dollars in the past and not producing any commercial fuel. This month, the U.S. Interior Department announced that testing will begin at three sites, two in Colorado an ...Read More

EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan-based Great Lakes Center for Educational Research and Practice has released a report on how lawmakers can make schools safer for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pupils, and recent high-profile comments from people like Hillary Rodham Clinton are helpi ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - A campaign is underway not only to get Iowans to the polls on Election Day, but to be sure they turn the ballot over after selecting candidates, so they can mark a decision on "Question 1." That's the proposed "Iowa's Water and Land Legacy Amendment," to set up a dedicated trust f ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The holidays might be in the forefront of many Ohioans' minds, but another stressful time of year is right around the corner - tax season. Experts say that by getting a head start before the end of the year consumers can make tax time less taxing. The AARP Tax-Aide coordinator for ...Read More

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - African-American women have lower rates of breast cancer than white women, but die from the disease at higher rates. Executive director Marilyn Moore of the Connecticut-based Witness Project, a breast cancer education program, says one reason may be that some patients of color fe ...Read More

MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. - Knowing just how far candidates will go to support health issues like fighting cancer isn't always easy to figure out. That's why the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS-CAN) is issuing its first-ever Minnesota voter guide. Cancer is the leading cause of death ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota's Weatherization Assistance Program does more than help low-income families save energy and dollars. According to a recent University of Minnesota study, investment in weatherization creates additional jobs in other industries, and spurs local economic activity. The study ...Read More

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