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Robert Muller now expected to reveal findings of his probe right after the November Midterm Elections. Also on the Thursday rundown: the poorest people pay the highest taxes in states like Nevada; and the terminator fights gerrymandering.

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Archive: December 27, 2011

COLUMBUS, Ohio - From foodies to farmers, hundreds are expected at an upcoming conference to look at ways to reclaim Ohio's food sovereignty. Registration is open for the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association's 33rd annual conference, the state's largest sustainable food and farm event, to be he ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - The Oregon Education Association Foundation is the charitable arm of the teachers' union. It administers a fund donated by school employees and the public. Teachers or other school workers apply for small grants (typically up to $100) to help a student get new glasses, clothing, sho ...Read More

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After all the holiday shopping, having a little more disposal income may sound like a good idea, and there's a proposal about to eliminate Missouri's state income tax and replace it with a ten-percent sales tax. However, a statewide coalition of business, labor, education, healt ...Read More

HELENA, Mont. - A pre-Christmas Neilsen survey found that 44 percent of kids between the ages of 6 and 12 had an iPad on their wish list. No report yet on how many saw that wish come true, but electronics certainly dominate the lives of children these days. The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) is ...Read More

MIAMI - The Miami Herald reports that Florida is the number one state in the country for international residential real estate sales, with almost one-third of the nation's foreign-backed property transactions. Most of the deals are in cash. However, the State of Florida and the federal government ma ...Read More

DENVER - Mental illness and substance abuse affect three Coloradans in ten, yet often people are unaware that their friends and relatives are so affected, according to a report out this month from Advancing Colorado's Mental Health Care. It assesses how widespread mental health care needs are in the ...Read More

OLYMPIA, Wash. - There are 8,500 fewer state employees in Washington than when the recession began - and in the State Parks Department, 160 more are scheduled to get pink slips to help close an $11 million budget gap in that agency. However, Tim Welch, director of public affairs for the Washington F ...Read More

MADISON, Wisc. - It's been one of the mildest Decembers in decades, but reviving Wisconsin-style winter driving skills will soon be necessary. Pam Moen, spokeswoman for Triple-A, the American Automobile Association, says now is the time to make sure batteries and tires are ready for the wintry weath ...Read More

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