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Archive: August 25, 2011

MIDDLETON, Idaho - About a dozen new full-time jobs - and closer doctors and dentists - are bringing a shot in the arm to this rural town in southwestern Idaho. Middleton has been selected for a new Community Health Center. Its doors will open in mid-November, says Tim Brown, executive director of ...Read More

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - College students are back on campus this month, armed with what they need for the school year: laptops, books and vaccinations. However, reproductive health advocates point out that one line of protection, the HPV vaccine, should begin years before students leave for college. Huma ...Read More

DENVER - Where should Colorado and 10 other western states turn for energy needs in the future? That's the focus of a report released Wednesday which contrasts the economic, environmental, security and public-health consequences of a "Clean Energy Vision" versus "Business as Usual." Former Colorado ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The U.S. Supreme Court could have the final say on health care reform, after recent contradictory decisions on the Affordable Care Act. One of the biggest sticking points is the individual responsibility provision, which requires that those who are uninsured buy health care coverage ...Read More

LANSING, Mich. - It has been 91 years since the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted women the right to vote and hold office, an achievement celebrated on Aug. 26 as Women's Equality Day. And while women have certainly come a long way since the suffrage movement, activists say women still ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Since 6 a.m. this morning, the 2011 Minnesota State Fair has been under way, and one main reason people go is for the food. One treat that has been among fairgoers' favorites over the past decade comes from the Minnesota Farmers Union (MFU). MFU President Doug Peterson says it's ca ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - It's now up to the Environmental Protection Agency to decide what kind of pollution limits the Reid Gardner coal-burning power plant must meet to protect air quality for southern Nevada and neighboring states. The Moapa Paiute tribe is located a couple hundred yards from the plant. In c ...Read More

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