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President Trump's reported to be ready to sign disaster relief bill without money for border security. Also on the Friday rundown: House bills would give millions a path to citizenship; and remembering California’s second-deadliest disaster.

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CREDIT: With time running down on the 2013 session, Minnesota lawmakers have much to do before adjournment. One major task this week is reconciling the House and Senate versions of the Health and Human Services budget, which includes funding for state food shelves. CREDIT: Kendrick Meek

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Another busy week at the Minnesota State Capitol, including House and Senate lawmakers trying to reconcile their separate versions of a Health and Human Services budget. Among the provisions in the bill where there are differences is how much funding should go to Minnesota food she ...Read More

NEW YORK CITY - Hundreds of millions of federal "Sandy" relief dollars are headed to New York and New Jersey to help fix damaged infrastructure and "flood-proof" it for future storms. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said $340 million dollars will come to New York. Nate Woiwodie, marine and coastal policy advise ...Read More

Social worker and consultant Jim Harris says what it means to be a father is changing, as jobs and society change. Photo By Dan Heyman.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - As society and the economy change, what it means to be a father also is changing. But according to a clinical social worker who specializes in family issues, some parts of the job never change. Jim Harris, owner of Opportunities Consulting Services, stated that fatherhood is be ...Read More

The FDA requires young women to show cashiers ID to buy Plan B - Federal Judge ordered it available to all by today.   Courtesy of: Women's Capital Corp.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Today was the day all age restrictions on Plan B emergency contraceptives were to be lifted. A federal judge ordered that the pills were supposed to be available to all women of all ages over the counter, just like aspirin, starting today. However, Missouri pharmacists now are uns ...Read More

PHOTO: More and more investors are moving away from global capital markets to put funding into local enterprises, where there's a positive social impact along with a return. CREDIT: Herval

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - With technology meaning an ever-connected world, the options for investing these days are nearly unlimited, but a growing trend in the nation is to consider portfolios that have a positive social impact locally. John Bloom, senior director of organizational culture, RSF Social Fin ...Read More

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A new report from the Independent Fiscal Office reveals a $520 million gap between its revenue projections and Governor Tom Corbett's budget estimates. The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center says the report also emphasizes poor timing for a bill backed by Corbett that proposes m ...Read More

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