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A federal court ruling changes how the President is elected, and Florida Democrats trigger a special session vote on guns. Those stories and more in today's news.

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Archive: September 29, 2010

PORTLAND, Ore. - Both of Oregon's prospective new governors are hearing this week from seniors and AARP members. The message, even from those who are retired, is the importance of jobs – not only for those who need to keep working, but for caregivers whose skills and services allow older peopl ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - As Congress debates which parts of the Bush tax cuts to extend, West Virginia advocates say income numbers argue for the low-end tax cuts while letting the high-end expire. New national figures from the U.S. Census show the largest gap between the rich and poor ever recorded, and ...Read More

MINNEAPOLIS - Researchers and doctors in the 1930s called the very first manufactured antibiotics "miraculous" because the new drugs saved lives, and cleared infections at unprecedented rates. Less than a century later, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that 90,000 people ...Read More

FRANKFORT, Ky. - A new type of tenant is moving into apartment complexes, homes, college dorms and hotels, and they're not the kind of house guests you want around. Bed bugs are making a comeback in several states, including Kentucky. Guy Delius with the Kentucky Department for Public Health says ev ...Read More

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Illinois children may soon eat unhealthier lunches at school if Congress fails to re-authorize the Child Nutrition Act by Sept. 30, say advocates. The Farm to School program falls under the Act, which means the link between Illinois farm crops and school lunch tables may soon be ...Read More

MADISON, Wisc. - President Barack Obama stopped in Wisconsin Tuesday night and delivered a 40-minute address at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. About 30,000 people jammed Library Mall to hear the president. He vigorously defended his administration's record on the economy. "We're no longer ...Read More

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