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Archive: June 23, 2010

SACRAMENTO - Californians who've fallen into the Medicare "doughnut hole" should soon find some relief in the mail. The federal government has started sending out the first round of $250 rebate checks to help eligible Medicare Part D enrollees pay for their prescription drugs. Last year, 382,000 Ca ...Read More

TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. - Wyoming's Governmental Claims Act, Medicare compliance, and laws connected to uninsured and underinsured motorists are all on the study table today (Wednesday) at the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association 2010 conference. WTLA Executive Director Marcia Shanor says wrongful death c ...Read More

WILMINGTON, N. C. - Critics of the legal system insist the scales of justice are easily tipped in one side's favor, depending on one's financial resources. In North Carolina, criminals are defended by public defenders in some counties; in others, by private attorneys paid by the county. This incons ...Read More

PENSACOLA, Fla. - "Hands Across the Sand" began in Florida as a warning about the dangers of offshore oil drilling even before the Gulf of Mexico disaster, and this Saturday, post-disaster, it goes international. The mission of the event is to steer energy policy away from dependence on fossil fuels ...Read More

MIAMI, Fla. - Summer jobs have been scarce for students. In Florida, however, federal stimulus funds are enabling some low-income students to work this summer – in real jobs with real paychecks, learning real-life lessons. With estimates of Miami area unemployment as high as 24 percent, Julie ...Read More

HARTFORD, Conn. - Last year, 16,000 people stayed in Connecticut homeless shelters, and that doesn't count the thousands more "doubling up" by moving in with relatives, or living on the streets. More than a dozen Connecticut cities and counties have their own plans to end homelessness, but a new fed ...Read More

PHOENIX - Right now, there is no single federal agency looking out for the interests of financial product consumers. That will change, however, if Congress can agree on financial reform legislation. House and Senate negotiators are working this week to reconcile their different versions of financial ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - Before state lawmakers adjourned last year, they formed the Iowa Smart Planning Task Force, a group that will report back to the Legislature by November on the best way to rebuild Iowa towns damaged by the 2008 floods. Susan Judkins-Johnson with Rebuild Iowa says the task force is ...Read More

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