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Mueller reported to give Barr three weeks' heads-up that he would not make a conclusion on Trump obstruction of justice. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Poverty figures into student literacy. Plus, natural-gas waste is higher than average on Navajo lands.

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Archive: March 29, 2010

MADISON, Wisc. - March came in like a lion, as far as air quality in Wisconsin is concerned. Already this month, the Department of Natural Resources has issued nine air quality notifications for various parts of the state. Everyone who breathes the air is affected, but bad air hits young people h ...Read More

MINNEAPOLIS - Small and mid-size farmers, whose products have been largely absent from America's lunch trays, are now offering Minnesota children fresh, less-processed choices, and a chance to learn where their food is grown. It's called the Farm-To-School program, and it is 15 months old. JoAnne B ...Read More

MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota's largest yearly food drive has just days to go and is running way behind this year. Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign Coordinator Sue Kainz says this year's goal is to raise a combination of 12 million dollars and pounds of food, to help stock the state's more than 300 food ...Read More

LEXINGTON, Va. - Before the ink was even dry on President Obama's signature, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli made good on his promise that he would sue the federal government if the President signed the health care reform bill into law. The lawsuit claims that Congress does not have the pow ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Governor Joe Manchin has just signed a law that allows judges to include pets in domestic violence protection orders. Advocates say that'll help women get out of abusive situations. Tracy Coppola with the American Humane Association says 70 percent of victims reported that thei ...Read More

BOSTON - March is Women's History Month in the United States, and as we head into April a coalition called The Campaign for a New Domestic Human Rights Agenda wants to make sure that the Obama administration doesn't forget that women still have a long way to go when it comes to equality. Professor ...Read More

PHOENIX - Now that the Pentagon has relaxed enforcement of rules against gay men and lesbians serving openly in the military, a nationally-known civil rights activist and author says there's no reason to delay a full repeal of the policy. One-time Arizona State student David Mixner says Don't Ask, D ...Read More

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - The promise of more jobs and increased public health captured the headlines last week when it was announced the Toquop power plant would be switching from coal-fire to natural gas, but environmentalists say there is also big news in the amount of water savings the switch will bring ...Read More

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