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Archive: July 14, 2011

MANCHESTER, N.H. - Four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon will make a pit stop in New Hampshire today as part of a national effort called "Drive to End Hunger." The race star parks at the New Hampshire Food Bank in Manchester, which is collaborating with AARP New Hampshire (AARP-NH) ...Read More

SEATTLE - A weekend at the beach doesn't sound nearly as inviting when the beach is contaminated with untreated sewage, but that's the case at some spots in Washington State. A new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) ranks the state 14th in the country for water quality at its b ...Read More

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are all tangled up together during Congressional talks to raise the country's debt ceiling. Proposals on the table to keep the country solvent include cuts to many programs, and AARP leaders are in Washington D.C., today to make the case th ...Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The "Baby Boomer" generation is aging and looking forward to retirement. Nearly one in six Tennesseans will hit retirement age by 2020. Today's economy is forcing more of them to look to Social Security as a primary source of income, to make up for dwindling retirement accounts. ...Read More

DENVER - Nearly $100 million a year. Those are the proposed Medicaid cuts to Colorado alone in the current federal debt-reduction discussions. As Congress and President Obama discuss cuts in Medicaid and other "entitlement" programs such as Social Security and Medicare as part of talks to raise the ...Read More

WASHINGTON - Representatives from Colorado AARP were in the nation's capital on Wednesday, calling on lawmakers not to balance the budget and cut federal debt on the backs of Colorado seniors. The meetings were part of a larger awareness campaign by AARP, arguing that so-called "entitlement" progra ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - If everything in life has its price, the price of carbon is $21 a ton, according to the federal government. This means every ton of carbon emissions from car tailpipes, power plants and manufacturing causes about $21 worth of damage to people and the environment, or about 21 cents f ...Read More

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission is expected to issue a decision soon on a long-running PNM rate case. The ruling will affect how much more the state's 500,000 customers will pay for electricity, but could influence where that power comes from. The pocketbook impact i ...Read More

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