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Archive: February 25, 2010

BOSTON - "Heroes" in oral health will be hailed today in Boston. Legislators, doctors and community members are gathering to shine a light on those who have made a difference in creating better dental care access for kids throughout the Commonwealth. This is the fifth year for the Watch Your Mouth C ...Read More

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - No matter what happens at President Obama's health care convocation today, some California lawmakers already have their own plans to make health insurance more affordable. This week's Assembly Health Committee hearing, at which Anthem Blue Cross representatives were grilled abou ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - Officially, there are a little more than three weeks of winter left on the calendar, and this season's waves of snow and cold have meant cities have had a tough time keeping sidewalks cleared. While that can be a hazard walking to school or work, it presents an even more dangerous ...Read More

SALEM, Ore. - Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) has been spared from state budget cuts with both House and Senate votes on Wednesday. The proposed cuts would have removed $13 million from the program in June. ERDC supplements child care costs for low-wage parents who cannot otherwise afford it. The ...Read More

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - For a person with a developmental disability, graduating from high school often means graduating to the couch - or a parent quitting work to care for them at home - because of a lack of services to help them get and keep a job. Almost 5,000 Missourians are on the waiting list f ...Read More

PITTSBURGH, Penn. - A registered nurse from Pennsylvania who spent time in Haiti after January's massive earthquake says the destruction is hard to describe, but that he hopes to make a return trip to help even more. John Ziegler works at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, but volunteered ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio consumers could keep hundreds of dollars in their pocket every year if Congress passes energy policies under consideration on Capitol Hill. According to a new report released by the Ohio Environmental Council and the Consumer Federation of America, state and federal energy-effi ...Read More

PIERRE, S.D. - A committee of the South Dakota House of Representatives has approved a constitutional amendment that would block a proposed law regarding union organizing currently before the U.S. Congress. The state amendment, which already has been approved by South Dakota's Senate, would guarante ...Read More

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