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A federal judge slams the brakes on U.S. Postal Service changes nationwide; and we take you to the state 'out front' for clean elections.

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Trump slams the 1619 project on Constitution Day, and Pennsylvania's Supreme Court makes some election changes.

Archive: August 19, 2010

FRANKFORT, Ken. - "I am woman hear me roar" will be among the chants and cheers in the state Capitol a week from today as hundreds are expected to gather to celebrate the 90th anniversary of women's right to vote. It was on August 26, 1920 that the decades-long battle by suffragettes was realized. ...Read More

BOSTON - As tough economic times continue in Massachusetts, more folks are seeking enrollment in higher education. This rising demand is especially true at the Bay State's 15 community colleges. Joe LeBlanc, president of the Massachusetts Community College Council, says enrollment is up by 22 perc ...Read More

ST. LOUIS, MO. - The Obama administration wants to hear from Missourians about what is needed to protect and conserve waterways in the Show Me State. It's part of the America's Great Outdoor initiative aimed at reshaping waterway policies and reconnecting people with the outdoors. Matt Rice, asso ...Read More

University of Georgia scientists have written a report disputing the estimate put out by the Joint Information Center - a collaboration between the federal government and B-P - that only 25 percent of the spilled oil remains in the Gulf. Marine Sciences professor Samantha Joye says one major misconc ...Read More

MIAMI, Fla. - Community Health Centers are often referred to as the "family doctors." They've been around for over 45 years, but now they are set to expand their quality and cost-effective care to more communities - thanks to the federal health care reform law. Brodes Hartley, Jr., president and C ...Read More

CHICAGO - Women who have been released from prison in Illinois will get a chance on Saturday to receive the help they need in order to successfully re-enter their communities. "The Women at the Well" conference in Chicago will hook them up with parenting classes, counseling and job search support th ...Read More

PEORIA, Ill. - Illinoisans have one more day - today - to meet and speak with housing advocates who are traveling the state, seeking to learn about the challenges residents face keeping a roof over their heads. Each year, Housing Action Illinois' board of directors and staff take a three-day road tr ...Read More

SANTA FE, N.M. - A few national figures will be among those wrapping up testimony this week as hearings on a proposal to cap and begin reducing the state's greenhouse emissions draw to a close in Santa Fe. One is Winona LaDuke, director of Honor the Earth, Native American activist, environmentalist, ...Read More

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