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Archive: May 19, 2010

BOSTON - Faneuil Hall will be bustling with more than tourists and shoppers tonight, as military veterans and advocacy groups gather there to make their case for repealing the controversial 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy. Among them will be Boston resident Travis Hengen, an Army veteran of 12 years ...Read More

SPRING VALLEY, Wisc. - Putting food on our tables is never an easy job, but this spring and summer, Wisconsin's organic farmers can count on more help getting the job done. Harriet Behar, an organic specialist with the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service, says organizations like MOSES ...Read More

ST. LOUIS - The new climate and energy bill known as the American Power Act is coming under fire for what some say is lack of adequate investment in renewable energy programs, for Missouri and other states. Marchant Wentworth, legislative representative for the Union of Concerned Scientists' (UCS) ...Read More

As the costs of Gulf Coast cleanup efforts from the BP oil spill continue to rise, a new report examines the industry as a whole, in terms of safety and accident records. The international environmental education and resource group Global Exchange has found that operating errors and incidents around ...Read More

MIAMI, Fla. - The new climate and energy bill known as the American Power Act is coming under fire for what some say is lack of adequate investment in renewable energy programs, for Florida and other states. Marchant Wentworth, legislative representative for the Union of Concerned Scientists' (UCS) ...Read More

RALEIGH, N. C. - The General Assembly is set to tackle an issue that some believe is a matter of fairness in the justice system, while others say it could lead to higher insurance rates. At issue is whether to change the civil justice system, now based on the concept of contributory negligence, to ...Read More

LACEY, Wash. - Bargaining begins today for new contracts for 38,000 Washington state employees. State agencies have been ordered by the Legislature to save $48 million through furloughs or pay cuts, while the people who work in those agencies say they're already swamped because of previous layoffs. ...Read More

HARRISBURG, Penn. - Groups that work to promote clean energy and tackle climate change see pros and cons in the American Power Act now under consideration in Congress. In Pennsylvania, some residents also see opportunities in the legislation to make their own mark in terms of cleaner, more efficient ...Read More

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