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Archive: April 17, 2012

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Recent polls say nearly two-thirds of Americans favor the "Buffett Rule," a proposal from President Obama that no one making $1 million a year pay less than 30 percent in income taxes. Analysts who look at the tax system say in many ways the system is unfair. Andrew Fieldhouse, ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - Republican Governor Scott Walker has become only the third governor in the nation's history to face recall, and Rebecca Kleefish is the first Lieutenant Governor to be the subject of a recall. Four Republican state senators also are up for recalls. Mike McCabe, executive director ...Read More

MISSOULA, Mont. - The amount of coal train traffic running through Montana is expected to at least double, as coal exports are stepped up. The trains will haul coal, mostly from Wyoming, to Washington and Oregon for shipment to Asia. There's a meeting tonight in Missoula to talk about what the addit ...Read More

SEELEY LAKE, Mont. - The Wilderness Act of 1964 could see big changes under a bill in the U.S. House that will be voted on soon, as early as today. The Sportsmen's Heritage Act is described as a way to promote hunting and fishing on public lands, but a Congressional Research Service review finds it ...Read More

PHOENIX - Better-informed consumers could help hold down the cost of health insurance in Arizona. That's the premise of a new report from St. Luke's Health Initiatives and Arizona PIRG. The report comes as the state insurance department begins a new "rate review" process mandated by the Affordable C ...Read More

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