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Archive: December 6, 2010

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - The Missouri Safe Schools Coalition is gearing up for the 2011 Missouri legislative session with what's being called a "power summit" in Jefferson City on Dec. 9. The members' goal is to design a "safe schools law." A similar proposal was defeated last year; since that time, the Coa ...Read More

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - One of "Bambi's Bombers," former Brewers All-Star Larry Hisle, is going to bat for Christmas Seals this year as Wisconsin's campaign chairman for the American Lung Association. Hisle says Christmas Seals help fund research and improved treatments for the 35 million Americans with c ...Read More

PIERRE, S.D. - The national unemployment rate inched farther upward last week, and faith communities are swinging into action to organize support for the jobless. Interfaith Worker Justice has kicked off a campaign to organize a network of more than 1,000 unemployed-worker support committees in cong ...Read More

OLYMPIA, Wash. - As state lawmakers return to Olympia this week for committee sessions, it's already down to the wire - and down to the bone - for some state services. State agencies in Washington are poised to cut their budgets on Jan. 1, which means fewer hours of care for about 45,000 home-bound ...Read More

DENVER - Everyone has heard of healthy living, but how about healthy giving? Some local organizations have tips for helping Colorado keep its ranking as the leanest state in the nation. Maren Stewart is president and CEO of LiveWell Colorado, a nonprofit that promotes healthy eating and active liv ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - Nevada faces a $3 billion budget gap, according to the Nevada Economic Forum, and Governor-elect Sandoval has already said higher taxes are off the table. Health care providers are warning that his stance could be setting the state up for a crisis, in terms of access to health services. ...Read More

Young people who have made some wrong decisions in the past now need adults to make some right decisions. Hundreds of youth from California and other states are in the nation's capital today to urge Congress and President Obama to pass legislation that they say protects children. Tshaka Barrows, w ...Read More

SANTA FE, N.M. - They say it will create more jobs and training opportunities in New Mexico. This morning the state Environmental Improvement Board is set to consider a proposal to cap and begin reducing climate-change pollution, and the plan's supporters have been busy making their case. Andrew F ...Read More

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