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Archive: August 2, 2010

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - When Missourians go to the polls this Tuesday, they will be the first in the country to vote on whether to reject parts of the new federal health care law. Proposition C asks voters if the state should opt out of a provision that requires everyone to purchase health insurance o ...Read More

NEWBERN, N.C. - With no federal standards for adoption, families are often at the mercy of adoption agencies and attorneys to navigate the confusing process. This year, international adoptions have become more costly, with countries like Russia and Haiti requiring adoptive parents to make multiple t ...Read More

SALEM, Ore. - Just a couple of weeks after President Obama authorized creation of the county's first National Ocean Policy, an Oregon task force has completed recommendations it has been working on for months for a similar, state-based plan for Oregon's offshore waters. The deadline for recommendati ...Read More

EAST PEORIA, Ill. - Although a glut of supplies is bringing down the cost of solar panels, experts say homeowners still need to invest at least a few thousand dollars to install a system that converts solar power to electricity. However, East Peoria homeowner Ward Miner says with only a few hundred ...Read More

SEATTLE - From the April fire that killed seven workers at the Tesoro Corporation's Anacortes refinery to a Puget Sound oil spill six years ago linked to a ConocoPhillips tanker, Washington has seen its share of oil- and gas-related accidents. So has every state in the country, according to a new re ...Read More

BOSTON - From schools to public safety, budget cuts have hit programs across the board in The Commonwealth, and a new report from the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center illustrates how much has been cut, and from where. The report documents budgetary issues that began in 2009 and have led to mor ...Read More

MADISCON, Wis. - Many of Wisconsin's family farmers have either had to pay exorbitant premium rates or go without health insurance. Now, a new high-risk insurance pool is available in Wisconsin to people who have been without health insurance for six months or have been denied coverage because of a ...Read More

PHOENIX, Ariz. - Arizonans can get the same benefits from their electric service at a lower cost by embracing energy efficiency. That's the gist of a new report from the Arizona Public Interest Research Group (PIRG). Spokesman Ben Kitto says all users - industrial, institutional and residential - wi ...Read More

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