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We take you to a state where paid family leave is up for debate; Postmaster General Louis DeJoy defiant as Biden makes key appointments that could decide his fate.


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President Biden hails a rare moment of bipartisanship and moves to strengthen supply chains; Senate barrels forward with confirmation hearings; and Postmaster General apologizes for service delays.

Archive: August 4, 2011

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Reproductive rights have been a hot issue in Ohio, with several bills introduced in the state Legislature this year which would limit women's access to abortion and contraceptive services. One proposed law, however, is taking a different approach, by offering provisions that encour ...Read More

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri parents of school-age children will get a little help balancing their budget this weekend, as the 2011 Sales Tax Holiday lets consumers save state and local sales tax on selected clothing, school supplies and computers. Tax reform advocates say a sales-tax-free weekend ...Read More

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SANTA FE, N.M. - In just five years, New Mexico has gone from having almost no clean economy jobs, services or products to having almost 18,000 clean economy jobs, and they pay an average wage of $39,000 a year. According to a new report from the Brookings Institution, New Mexico ranks 36th in the c ...Read More

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MESA, Ariz. - Arizona's "clean" or "green" economy already supports more than 37,000 jobs paying above the state's average wage. That's according to a new report from the Brookings Institution, based in Washington, D.C. Moreover, several major new solar and wind projects will soon give a huge boost ...Read More

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HELENA, Mont. - Indian country is bearing the biggest brunt of climate change, according to a new report from tribal groups and the National Wildlife Federation. More frequent extreme weather - such as droughts, floods, wildfires and snowstorms - is detailed, with flooding in Montana this year note ...Read More

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The debt ceiling deal reached in Washington, D.C., does not call for cuts to either Social Security or Medicare, at least not right now. Sam Wilson, associate state director of AARP-South Dakota, says AARP members are pleased a deal was reached and they don't have to worry about ...Read More

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FARMINGTON, Conn. - As summer wanes and thoughts of starting kindergarten loom larger for parents of young children, one Connecticut organization is helping communities identify health-related school readiness. Judith Meyers, president and chief executive officer of the Child Health and Developmen ...Read More

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