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Archive: October 24, 2011

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - The true story of what can happen when teachers have the opportunity to enrich their own education is the subject of the documentary movie "Mitchell 20." The film, which follows 20 Arizona teachers as they pursue National Board Certification, documents the way pupils benefit from ...Read More

INDIANAPOLIS - Just over a week ago, the U.S. House voted to allow regulation of coal ash disposal by states, rather than by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), with its more stringent guidelines for storage and clean-up that many environmental groups would prefer. Tim Maloney, senior p ...Read More

BOSTON - It could be the most misunderstood breed of dog out there, but fans of the canine are hoping to change perceptions. October is Pit Bull Awareness Month, and groups like the Humane Society of the United States and the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) say ...Read More

SEATTLE - Immigrants' rights organizations in the Northwest are taking a new approach to their concerns by working on them regionally, instead of separately by group or state. At the National Immigrant Integration Conference this week in Seattle, groups from Oregon, Washington and Idaho are pointin ...Read More

WASHINGTON - Congress is considering legislation that looks to help open the door for the next generation of farmers and ranchers. Adam Warthesen with the Land Stewardship Project calls it an investment that will pay dividends in the long run, as those working the prairies, fields and farms continue ...Read More

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - National Pro Bono Week kicks off today, and Legal Aid lawyers in Nevada are calling for reinforcements. Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada development director Lynn Etkins says their attorneys handled 45,000 cases last year and, with the economic downturn, are on target to handle ...Read More

SEATTLE - The Roadless Rule has survived its latest federal court test, a 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision on Oct. 21. Despite overwhelming public support since its creation in 2001, the Roadless Area Conservation Rule has been challenged repeatedly and still faces tests in court and in Congre ...Read More

RICHMOND, Va. - Congressman Eric Cantor can't stand the heat. So say some Virginians who made the trek to Philadelphia on Friday to "greet" the U.S. House Majority Leader. He was scheduled to speak at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, but he cancelled late Friday afternoon ...Read More

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