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Archive: January 17, 2012

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SANTA FE, N.M. - The 2012 legislative session could mean quality-of-life improvements for low-income New Mexicans, according to the Lutheran Advocacy Ministry-New Mexico. It is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), and promotes state public policies and action for social and eco ...Read More

BEAVERTON, Ore. - The Oregon Education Investment Board (OEIB) is asking parents and teachers to bring their opinions to a series of upcoming meetings. The board is charged with creating a new plan and budget to improve education in Oregon, and hiring a new Chief Education Officer to carry it out. ...Read More

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Election officials in North Carolina are convinced that the state's new redistricting plan will add layers of confusion for voters to this year's presidential election. The maps were redrawn last year by the State Assembly to reflect new Census data, but lawsuits have been filed c ...Read More

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - When Governor Jay Nixon gives his State of the State address tonight, a lot of Missourians will be watching to see how he plans to plug the huge hole in the budget created by reduced revenue collections and the end of federal stimulus money. It's projected to be somewhere betwe ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Hearing Governor Rick Scott and his critics last week was like listening to the start of a famous Charles Dickens tale - and whether this is the "best of times" or the "worst of times" depends on who's doing the talking. Scott told the opening session of the Florida Legislature ...Read More

HARRISBURG, Pa. - After today, a Pennsylvania school district officially runs out of money, and the state's largest public employees union is concerned that the state is turning its back on the situation. The Chester-Upland School District says it cannot pay its bills beyond Tuesday, and the state h ...Read More

BEREA, Ky. - More jobs, greater economic activity and utility-bill savings for customers are all byproducts of investing in clean energy in Kentucky over the next decade. That's according to a new study that examines the effects of the Clean Energy Opportunity Act - House Bill 167, introduced in the ...Read More

INDIANAPOLIS - Telecom companies want to change the Indiana rules for "provider of last resort," a requirement that they provide phone service to customers even when the customer is not profitable. John Koppin, president of the Indiana Telecommunications Association, says that, under House Bill 11 ...Read More

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