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Archive: April 11, 2011

DES MOINES, Iowa - Every year the AARP Foundation runs a Tax Aide program in Iowa that figures the tax returns for over 20,000 Iowans, for free. Tax Aide state coordinator Elmer Nuessendorfer says most who seek the tax help are seniors or middle- to low-income Iowans. He says even at this late date ...Read More

HAMDEN, Conn. - It's the Week of the Young Child through Saturday, and in Connecticut, the designation is being used to promote reorganizing services to better meet the needs of young ones and their families. Advocates say they appreciate Gov. Dannel Malloy's commitment to this constituency, but add ...Read More

CONCORD, N.H. - The budget axe is poised to fall on a program that aids thousands of New Hampshire's seniors and adults with disabilities, and some say eliminating SeviceLink now will translate to higher costs to taxpayers in the not-too-distant future. Russ Armstrong chairs the State Committee on ...Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Members of a House Finance subcommittee are researching the legality of amending the state constitution to ban new income taxes. Tennessee does not have a general income tax, but it does levy a tax on income from stocks and bonds, referred to as the "Hall Income Tax." Supporters ...Read More

LANSING, Mich. - A new statewide coalition of organizations that don't always see eye to eye has agreed nonetheless to try to find common ground, in order to increase the state's funding and focus on 21st century transportation. Theirs is not just another special interest group hoping to improve mas ...Read More

BEND, Ore. - The next generation of Oregon forests will someday be tended by the next generation of Oregon kids. More Oregon youngsters will gain a new appreciation for the great outdoors, with some help from the U.S. Forest Service. Oregon groups received two of only nine grants in the nation award ...Read More

ST. LOUIS - Tense discussion over federal funding to Planned Parenthood went down to the wire, but ultimately Congress struck a budget deal to avert a federal government shutdown, without cutting off that funding, though $38 billion was slashed from the budget. However, with the 2012 budget debate ...Read More

RIVERTON, Wyo. - Legal research, advice and investigations can cost a pretty penny, but for military veterans and their families connected to the University of Wyoming the price is - free. It's a new offering through the Veterans Services Center, provided by attorney John Hursh, a veteran and UW gra ...Read More

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