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Archive: May 14, 2012

SANTA FE, N.M. - Two members of the New Mexico State Senate and one member of the House have received People's Voice Awards from Prosperity Works. The New Mexico nonprofit's president, Ona Porter, says the award is designed to show support for courageous leaders. "When they get attention, what we'r ...Read More

SANTA FE, N.M. - New Mexico Voices for Children has issued a report showing that the state's once solvent Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund is now in need of money. Voices for Children policy director Bill Jordan says actions by Gov. Susana Martinez have cut benefits for the unemployed. "In 2012, s ...Read More

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LONGMONT, Colo. - A Colorado craft brewer was concerned with more than just balancing hops and pouring "flights" of beer samples this weekend. Longmont's Left Hand Brewery hosted a film fundraiser for the Colorado-Wyoming chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. The event included a silent auction ...Read More

MILES CITY, Mont. - Poverty is persistent on the Great Plains. A new report from the Center for Rural Affairs finds that poverty rates in rural Eastern Montana are generally higher than poverty rates in urban areas, especially among children. Report author Jon Bailey, director of the Rural Researc ...Read More

COLUMBIA FALLS, Mont. - The waiting game in Congress over the wind production tax credit is hitting home in Montana. Zinc Air, Inc., in Columbia Falls has been developing a new generation of batteries to store electricity generated by wind power and distribute it to the power grid on demand, but exe ...Read More

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - In addition to being the number-four killer of Americans, stroke is also one of the leading causes of long-term disability. The American Stroke Association says post-stroke depression, which affects up to half of stroke survivors, can significantly affect recovery. Dawn Shelton- ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - This is Community Action Month, a time to honor those who are helping the working poor in all corners of Minnesota. Carolina Bradpiece, executive director of the Community Action Partnership of Scott, Carver and Dakota Counties, says it's all about providing a brighter future for t ...Read More

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - In addition to reducing air pollution and saving thousands of lives each year, tougher clean air standards from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will also stimulate Ohio's economy. This prediction by environmental groups is supported by a recent U.S. Labor Department report ...Read More

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