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Archive: August 30, 2011

NEW BERN, N.C. - North Carolinians continue to assess the damage to their homes and businesses after Hurricane Irene dumped 14 inches of rain in the eastern part of the state and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in property damage. While Tar Heel State residents clean up, many of their four- ...Read More

HELENA, Mont. - Federal health care reform discussion has been focused on the insurance mandate for several months, but there are other key provisions of the Affordable Care Act that should be of interest to Montanans, as detailed in a report released today by the Center for Rural Affairs (CFRA). ...Read More

MAYNARD, Mass. - A Massachusetts online employment company is the target of a petition drive organized to stop what supporters are calling discrimination against the unemployed. Organizers are hoping to get and similar job listing sites to stop allowing companies to advertise jobs that p ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - The focus is on what unites people, rather than what divides them, in a new campaign in Oregon to promote strong families, no matter what their members' sexual orientations. The immigrants' rights group CAUSA, and Basic Rights Oregon, which advocates for GLBT Oregonians, have launch ...Read More

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. - Long Islanders this week will hold a hearing on the future of the area's bus lines - a hearing they say their elected officials should be holding, not them. The Wednesday evening gathering in Garden City will address questions raised about the recent selection of a private compan ...Read More

RICHMOND, Va. - As the summer comes to a close and kids return to the classroom, many will sign up for school sports. Experts advise parents and coaches to make sure children are prepared physically for the rigorous activities. Meri-K Appy, president of SAFE KIDS USA, says temperatures will remain ...Read More

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Change is in the air, with the back-to-school season underway in Missouri. Parents and kids are settling into their new routines, and teachers are getting to know their pupils. The president of the National Education Association in Missouri, Chris Guinther, says things will b ...Read More

LYONS, Neb. - A facet of the national health care law that has gone nearly unnoticed is bound to help rural residents, according to a new report to be released today by the Center for Rural Affairs(CFRA). The report points out changes prompted by the Affordable Care Act that place new emphasis on he ...Read More

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