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A federal court ruling changes how the President is elected, and Florida Democrats trigger a special session vote on guns. Those stories and more in today's news.

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Archive: March 8, 2010

BOSTON - With the unemployment rate still hovering at around 9 percent in Massachusetts, two new reports released by Crittenton Women's Union (CWU), Boston, show just what types of new jobs are available, as well as some old standbys that have proven to be "recession-proof." One report focuses on ju ...Read More

SPRING VALLEY, Wis. - What started 21 years ago as a gathering of 90 people sharing ideas about organic and sustainable agriculture has blossomed into a conference attended by 2,700 people from around the nation. Attendees at the 21st Annual Organic Farming Conference, held in LaCrosse, agreed that ...Read More

MINNEAPOLIS - She lost a father at three, was thrust into poverty, then diagnosed with juvenile arthritis and is now the caretaker of her mother, who is dying of cancer. Amanda Kelley is a senior in high school, but she hasn't let the blows in life get her down. Instead, she is being honored by the ...Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In a last-minute push to urge Congress to vote on health care reform legislation, two Oregon women have joined a group of people from 19 states to share their medical horror stories with insurance lobbyists and Congressional representatives. Calling themselves "health insurance su ...Read More

CHICAGO - Gov. Pat Quinn's people say that he'll be considering what Illinois citizens have posted on the web when he delivers his budget message on Wednesday. He recently posted his preliminary budget figures online and, for the first time ever, asked citizens to post their comments. The Governor ...Read More

PRESCOTT, Ariz. - New camping and campfire restrictions take effect today at central Arizona's Fossil Creek. Five years ago, the creek was reborn as a free-flowing stream when a small power plant was removed. Since then, the creek has been popular for recreation. However, the area also has been ab ...Read More

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Many libraries across Nevada are casting a wide net to get more teenagers more involved at the library. One hook they are using is video gaming fun. At the Las Vegas County Library District, Youth Services coordinator Mary Nelson Brown says X-Box consoles will be humming with all ...Read More

HARTFORD, Conn. - Fourteen major environmental organizations in Connecticut have joined with business and labor groups to press the General Assembly to create green jobs - without adding to the budget deficit. Connecticut is already a leader in programs to increase energy efficiency and renewable en ...Read More

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