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Negotiations to resume today on a COVID-19 relief package; advocates brace for surge in homeless Americans.

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Archive: March 24, 2010

PHOENIX - Many Arizonans may never have heard of Actors Theatre – and yet, the professional company begins its 25th season this fall at Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix. Matthew Wiener, the company's producing artistic director, says Actors Theatre strives to do thought-provoking plays tha ...Read More

RICHMOND, Va. - The number of students in Virginia who have no place to call home has been on the rise. A recent study by the national family advocacy group First Focus shows a 29 percent increase in homeless students in The Commonwealth since 2006, a jump that equates to more than 12,000 kids. Phy ...Read More

NEW YORK - The landmark health care overhaul legislation signed by President Obama on Tuesday could mean more services and shorter wait lists for New York families in need. Sarah Walzer, executive director of the Parent-Child Home Program, says one reason the legislation is historic is that it incl ...Read More

BISMARCK, N. D. - A new report outlines 95 million acres of possibilities for new clean energy development in the United States – on land managed or owned by Native American tribes. Biomass, wind and geothermal are among the production possibilities detailed for North Dakota tribes; and yet, t ...Read More

LYONS, Neb. - The health care reform bill signed into law this week by President Obama will have a direct impact on people in South Dakota. Brian Depew, associate director of the Center for Rural Affairs, says some parts of the plan will take effect right away, or soon. "Parts of reform will start ...Read More

DENVER - Coloradans can take a breather, but just a short one – there could be more trouble ahead if action isn't taken soon. That's the gist of a new analysis of the state's most recent revenue projections by Terry Scanlon, fiscal policy analyst for the Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute. Scan ...Read More

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Native American tribes manage 95 million acres of possibilities for new clean energy development, although there are some hurdles to getting the projects off the ground, according to a new report from the National Wildlife Federation. The report says solar, wind and geothermal ...Read More

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