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Archive: August 12, 2010

HELENA, Mont. - A new push for protection on the Rocky Mountain Front comes in the form of a letter to the state's congressional delegation. It is signed by 15 retired wildlife experts and land managers in Montana, including three former directors of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP). Retired ...Read More

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The EPA is taking a close look at what happens to air quality when oil and gas drilling operations move in. The agency is updating industry rules for monitoring and reducing pollution, which can include chemicals used in production, as well as the usual pollution: ozone and particle ...Read More

JUPITER, Fla.- Thirty-four Florida organizations are calling on Gov. Crist and the legislature to step up to the plate and form a commission to implement the new federal health care law, the Affordable Care Act. Even though it is a national law, the states must make decisions about whether and how t ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - Most Iowa towns and cities this summer have experienced flooding that has earned a spot in the record books. Rainfall amounts have even exceeded the record year of 2008 in many areas. And, while the rain can't be controlled, damage can be, according to Aaron Todd, community planni ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - This Saturday marks the 75th birthday of Social Security. It's a program that was created during the depths of the Great Depression, when most older Americans were struggling with poverty. Since then, it's been credited for keeping millions of seniors out of poverty. Bruce Keoppl ...Read More

FRANKFORT, Ky. - It's a milestone anniversary this weekend for Social Security; the program turns 75 on Saturday. More than 870,000 Kentuckians receive a monthly benefit check. That number includes retired and disabled workers, the widowed and children. Nelda Barnett, the interim state director of ...Read More

OLYMPIA, Wash. - One of the hottest races on the Washington primary ballot is the reelection battle of state Supreme Court Justice Jim Johnson. He's being painted by progressive groups as an ultra-conservative, who sides with corporate interests and is an outspoken opponent of same-sex marriage, and ...Read More

PHOENIX, Ariz. - A measure on the Arizona ballot in November would make hunting and fishing a constitutional right. One section of it would amend state law to put the legislature in charge of managing the state's wildlife, with hunting and fishing the preferred management methods. As a result, say ...Read More

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