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Archive: September 8, 2010

RALEIGH, N. C. - North Carolina leads the way when it comes to campaign finance reform on the bench, according to a report from the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law. The study of judicial elections since 2000 is critical of most states, where judicial candidates h ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - A new list of Oregon's "Ten Most Endangered Places" includes lakes, rivers, forests, mountains, and even glaciers. Seven conservation groups compiled the information, and the threats they detail range from large, old-style logging projects and dredge mining, to off-road vehicles and ...Read More

PHOENIX - A unique series of drama workshops is boosting the self-esteem of Arizona teenagers at a Phoenix homeless shelter. The iPlay curriculum, developed by Christopher Haines of the iTheatre Collaborative, has taught dozens of at-risk teens at the UMOM New Day Center about acting, improvisation ...Read More

NEW YORK - The employment picture is looking up in New York, according to a new report – although not enough to say the state has truly escaped the grips of the Great Recession. The Fiscal Policy Institute research shows New York City added 67,000 jobs in 2010, says the group's chief economist ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Whether it's soccer, football or softball, back to school often means back to sports for Ohio kids. However, a lack of medical coverage keeps many from participating. A campaign, called "Get Covered. Get in the Game," launches this week. It is aimed at raising awareness about free o ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - The third National Clean Energy Summit brought industry leaders and policy makers to Las Vegas on Tuesday. It also attracted a diverse group of Nevadans who rallied on behalf of clean energy jobs. Inside the summit at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, oilman T. Boone Pickens and Thoma ...Read More

SIOUX FALLS, S. D. - The health care reform bill passed by Congress early this spring becomes effective in stages through 2014. Some of the law's provisions start this month, and Sam Wilson, associate state director of AARP South Dakota, says they involve health insurance for working people and thei ...Read More

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