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Archive: April 13, 2011

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget contains a provision to expand the school-voucher program at taxpayers' expense, saying it will give Wisconsin parents choices for where their children are educated. But a veteran Milwaukee classroom teacher says the voucher program doesn't work. ...Read More

WHITERIVER, Ariz. - Eastern Arizona's White Mountain Apache Tribe will offer week-long eco-tours starting in June, featuring opportunities for people to view wildlife while learning about tribal history and culture. Howling with the wolves and learning traditional campfire cooking will be included. ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Floridians facing Monday's deadline for filing income-tax returns are being urged to consider building tax-free savings for college via the Florida College Investment Plan. The $30,000 average cost of four years of in-state tuition and fees for a public college today is expected ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and the depth of state budget cuts pending in Carson City has prompted questions about the safety of thousands of Nevada children. Miriam Rollin, director of the group "Fight Crime Invest in Kids," says the Nevada Office of Children and Fa ...Read More

CHICAGO - The law that has helped rebuild depleted ocean fish populations turns 35 today. While the Magnuson-Stevens Act ended foreign overfishing and ensures that fishing is done in a sustainable manner, consumers in Illinois may have a tough time sorting out which fish populations are still endang ...Read More

NEW YORK - A law to rebuild depleted ocean fish populations was passed by Congress 35 years ago today, and experts say it has produced positive results along the shores of New York and other mid-Atlantic states. The law has undergone plenty of fine-tuning through amendments in the past 3 1/2 decade ...Read More

AUSTIN, Texas - Many Texas seniors will be hit hard if the state Senate Finance Committee can't find a way this week to restore funding to long-term care programs. Under the budget already passed by the House, seniors now getting in-home care could be forced into nursing homes, says Trey Berndt, AA ...Read More

A fund that protects California's sea otters is about to expire unless taxpayers donate enough on their state tax forms and lawmakers reauthorize the fund. Californians are being urged to "donate a dollar for an otter" as Monday's income-tax filing deadline nears. Supporters of the California Sea O ...Read More

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