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Archive: June 24, 2010

WHIDBEY ISLAND, Wash. - Instead of staring at the great outdoors as a screen-saver on a laptop, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) suggests Washington families experience the beauty of nature firsthand this weekend. Saturday's "Great American Backyard Campout" is an annual celebration of being ...Read More

JEFFERSON CITY, MO. - Missouri's special legislative session begins today, during which state lawmakers will consider a bill that would expand spending on tax incentives for Ford Motor Company by $15 million per year for ten years. Critics oppose the measure, in large part, because the package would ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - With a drop in the number young people incarcerated in Wisconsin's three juvenile correctional institutions, per-capita costs are up. To save money, the Juvenile Corrections Review Committee of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections is considering closing either the Ethan Allen Scho ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - On Saturday, dozens of public get-togethers will be held across the country to discuss America's financial future. One of them is in Portland. Organizers of "America Speaks" say they don't want to dwell on the current recession in these town meetings. Instead, their goal is to gathe ...Read More

SALEM, Ore. - Just as the newest data was released showing a jump in the number of homeless people statewide, Gov. Kulongoski has approved another round of budget cuts that will trim human services, including affordable housing funding. Today, a coalition of nonprofit and faith groups meets with gov ...Read More

RALEIGH, N.C. - A conviction for animal cruelty in North Carolina can now mean jail time for offenders. Gov. Beverly Perdue signed Susie's Law Wednesday. Named for a pit bull puppy left badly burned last year - Susie's Law reclassifies malicious animal cruelty from a Class I to a Class H Felony and ...Read More

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Today, Congress hears testimony on a bill that would expand wilderness protection and consolidate public lands in a pair of small areas near Albuquerque. Rep. Martin Heinrich introduced the Cibola National Forest Expansion bill last month. It would add the Crest of Montezuma to t ...Read More

FARGO, N.D. - North Dakota's children are being urged to head outside this weekend as the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) holds its annual Great American Backyard Campout. The effort to encourage children to leave the video games, television and computers behind is based on statistics that show a ...Read More

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