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Archive: November 22, 2010

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Thousands of Michigan seniors could be looking for new doctors if the U.S. House fails to act on Medicare payments to physicians, according to the AARP. The organization says that, if the House doesn't take action soon, on January 1 doctors who treat Medicare patients will rece ...Read More

MIAMI, Fla. - When it comes to feeding the world's hungry, hooking up farmers in Florida with producers in developing countries is a great place to begin. That's the plan from Oxfam America, which brought a farmer from Haiti to speak in Florida earlier this year, and plans to continue the program wi ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The coal-mining company Massey Energy is apparently up for sale, and shareholders may not be thankful for the company's record of violations of law and regulations. The company confirms it is now seriously considering takeover offers, and a number of stock watchers say privately ...Read More

BOONVILLE, N.C. - Tough economic times continue to weigh heavy on North Carolina families as the holiday season begins. Community action agencies across the state are seeing an increased need this year, with seniors being one population finding themselves asking for help because their support system ...Read More

EDINA, Minn. - Most of us will splurge on our diets for a day or two during the holiday, but it's the food offered to Minnesota school children every day that has such organizations as the American Heart Association (AHA) concerned. They join more than a thousand groups that sent a letter to Congres ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - U.S. Representative Betty McCollum of Minnesota and two congressional colleagues are calling on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ban the chemical triclosan, a common ingredient in antibacterial soaps, shampoos, household cleaners and even such products as socks and toys. T ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Laws that protect worker wages are not being enforced as well as they could be in Ohio and other parts of the country, according to a new study. Policy Matters Ohio surveyed 43 state agencies and the District of Columbia on enforcement of laws covering the minimum wage, overtime, c ...Read More

NEW YORK - New York has almost a half-million grandparents who'll be serving holiday meals to grandkids who live with them all year long, based on the national average. Carol Fazio is a 70-year-old Long Island grandmother who has raised her 16-year old granddaughter from birth. She's part of a natio ...Read More

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