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Archive: June 16, 2011

ST. LOUIS - Donations and disaster relief continue to pour into Joplin to help survivors of the deadly May 21 tornado. At a time of crisis, medical care often becomes a low priority, but health-care experts say it's more important than ever to maintain basic and preventive care. Planned Parenthood ...Read More

NEW YORK - Hundreds of workers lined the corners of New York's Fifth Avenue from 34th to 59th streets on Wednesday, in the shadows of some of the buildings they keep clean. They're the ones you see only when you work late: commercial office cleaners who sweep up after the executives and the secreta ...Read More

PHOENIX, Ariz. - Arizona's toughest-in-the-nation vehicle emission standards would be repealed under a proposal from Gov. Brewer and the state Department of Environmental Quality. Under federal law, states can choose to follow the national Environmental Protection Agency standards or the more strict ...Read More

MISSOULA, Mont. - A gentle reminder through Father's Day: It's time to make an appointment for a checkup. That's the message for National Men's Health Week in Montana. Jill Baker, project director with the Montana Men's Clinic at Planned Parenthood of Montana, says the rumors are true that men oft ...Read More

WALLA WALLA, Wash. - Farmland is being swallowed up by development in parts of the Northwest, but some farmers are taking advantage of another option: a conservation easement that pays landowners to keep farming and ensures that when they retire, the next owners of the property will also farm. PCC ...Read More

HARRISBURG, Penn. - A Pennsylvania public policy group is calling on state lawmakers to breathe new life into a 10-year-old health care plan for low-income residents that expired in February. AdultBasic provided 42,000 Pennsylvanians with health coverage at affordable prices. Gov. Tom Corbett says t ...Read More

WASHINGTON - Farmers from across the nation are in the capital today, asking lawmakers to invest in programs that will provide opportunities for the next generation of farmers and ranchers. Among them is Nolen Lenzen, of Eagle Bend, who operates an organic dairy farm in central Minnesota. Lenzen sa ...Read More

St. Paul, MN - A new report from Growth & Justice warns that Minnesota's middle class has been on the decline for years and its future is in jeopardy. Dane Smith, president of the St. Paul nonprofit, says the median wage in the state has fallen 9 percent since its peak a decade ago, fewer people are ...Read More

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