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Archive: March 28, 2012

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The Individual Development Account program has been helping New Mexico's lower-income people start or expand businesses, go to school or purchase homes for eight years. Prosperity Works, the group which funds the program, is celebrating the anniversary by helping to market IDA-fu ...Read More

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Local energy-efficiency programs are working in New Mexico and across the nation, according to a new report, and Albuquerque is home to several examples. Designing buildings with smart energy use in mind is beneficial to the economy as well as the environment, says developer Gar ...Read More

BROOKFIELD, Wis. - Fifty bucks to fill your tank with gas? Not unheard of when gasoline prices are about $4 a gallon. Jerry Medinger, manager of the Clean Fuels and Vehicle Technology program for the American Lung Association in Wisconsin, suggests things drivers can do to save money every day, inc ...Read More

WASHINGTON - Today, on this third and final day of the Supreme Court hearings on the Affordable Care Act, a coalition will be at the courthouse steps to share personal stories and show support for keeping the law intact. The court this afternoon takes up the portion of the new law which would expan ...Read More

DENVER - Warming winters threaten Colorado's outdoor traditions, according to a report released Tuesday during what may be the driest March in state history. It's been a wild month in Colorado, with record high temperatures, little snow, and red-flag wind and fire warnings. The Front Range is exper ...Read More

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Gov. Martin O'Malley is hosting a "power breakfast" at the Maryland State House today to encourage principals to improve their school breakfast programs. As part of the First Class Breakfast Initiative, says Maryland "No Kid Hungry" campaign director Anne Sheridan, targeted schools ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - Despite the nation's high unemployment rate, employers say they still can't full hundreds of thousands of jobs. According to the Lumina Foundation, the reason is that applicants come up short on education, training and high-tech skills. Only 38 percent of today's workforce has a ...Read More

FRANKFORT, Ky. - From artwork and old books to water filters and bandages, lots of items were up for grabs at a yard sale this week at the State Capitol. It's a pointed effort to raise the money needed to offset painful state budget cuts. The "House Bill 127 Yard Sale," organized by Kentuckians for ...Read More

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