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Archive: March 22, 2012

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DENVER - The new Colorado Health Report Card is challenging the notion of Coloradans as healthy and lean. The report, out today, finds that more than one in five Coloradans are obese. Shepherd Nevel, vice president of policy and evaluation for the Colorado Health Foundation, puts the numbers into ...Read More

LANSING, Mich. - When the Affordable Care Act became law, it didn't just affect health care; it also changed what adoptive parents can claim on their taxes. Namely, the tax credit for adoption-related expenses went from being nonrefundable to refundable. Accountant Jeremy Rospierski with Lutheran ...Read More

Hartford, CT - To mark the second anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, the man who organized a national grassroots effort to get it passed is speaking today about the lessons he learned and signing copies of a book he wrote about it. Richard Kirsch is the author of "Fighting for Our Health: The E ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Soaring gas prices are hitting drivers in Ohio and across the country, and little relief appears to be in sight. The long-term solution to pain at the pump can come through higher fuel standards for cars and trucks, says Zoe Lipman, senior manager for transportation solutions with t ...Read More

BURLINGTON, Wash. - Tonight in Burlington, volunteers are being trained as Citizenship Coaches to help people navigate the process of becoming United States citizens. This is the first of several "Citizenship Academies" organized by the Washington-based immigrant advocacy group, OneAmerica, part of ...Read More

HELENA, Mont. - New polling in Montana and other battleground states shows near consensus, even across party lines, when it comes to support for women's access to birth control. The poll also found similar strong feelings that insurers should cover birth control and that decisions about birth contro ...Read More

HELENA, Mont. - The Colstrip power plant would have to upgrade pollution-control equipment under the federal Environmental Protection Agency's long-awaited Regional Haze Plan made public this week - but the requirements aren't what local health advocates had expected. The EPA proposal does not requ ...Read More

AUSTIN, Texas - A national survey released this week by AARP shows Medicare and Social Security are as popular as ever, but many Americans are not confident those senior safety nets will still be strong when they need them. AARP also has launched a website to monitor the discussion at www.earnedasay ...Read More

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