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2020 presidential hopefuls tweet about more sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Democrats who didn't make it onto last week's debate stage continue their grassroots approaches.

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Archive: September 3, 2010

CHICAGO - For 60 years, Jerry Lewis has hosted the Muscular Dystrophy Association annual Labor Day telethon. And for about 20 years, one of "Jerry's Kids" has been at odds with him over the way the money is raised. Mike Ervin appeared on the telethon when he was six years old. Now he's a writer an ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - As people head to the Oregon coast for Labor Day weekend, a new report suggests the state could be doing more to protect the coastal waters and the fish and wildlife that inhabit them. Oregon agencies and task forces have been hard at work on plans for managing the ocean resources d ...Read More

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - As more aspects of the new health reform law kick in, a new wave of patients is expected to turn up at the nation's clinics. That's what happened when Massachusetts enacted universal health care in 2006. People flocked to doctors' offices seeking care for problems that had gone untr ...Read More

FRANKFORT, Ky. - Kentucky's governor is taking a cue from a familiar business practice in the private sector: mandating time off without pay. Today is 'day one' of Gov. Steve Beshear's six-day furlough plan. The rest are scattered throughout the fiscal year. The governor's office says scheduling the ...Read More

DENVER - Today marks the 46th anniversary of the signing of the federal Wilderness Act, which is legislation that can be used to protect wild areas on public lands. Suzanne Jones, regional director of the Colorado regional office of The Wilderness Society, says Coloradans have a long bipartisan his ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - Fifty years ago, Planned Parenthood of the Heartland began selling used books as a fundraiser. The annual book sale now draws thousands of people to the Iowa State Fairgrounds. To help raise money this year, a performance by Emmy award-winning musician, composer, philanthropist ...Read More

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - One in four Connecticut children is overweight or obese, according to a study an expert submitted to the state legislature just last month. And September marks the first-ever Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, declared by President Obama in order to focus attention on the issue. ...Read More

JACKSON, Wyo. - Several parcels of state land within Grand Teton National Park are being re-appraised, with results expected this month that could help ongoing negotiations for the state to sell the land to the federal government. A total of 1,300 acres is at stake, with valuations ranging upwards o ...Read More

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