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Archive: January 3, 2014

Efforts to overturn Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage may be getting a boost now that marriage equality has come to Utah. Photo courtesy Giovanni DallíOrto.

RENO, Nev. – Efforts to overturn Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage may be getting a boost now that marriage equality has come to Utah. Allen Lichtenstein, general counsel at the ACLU of Nevada, says the court ruling last month striking down the same-sex marriage ban in Utah could set a legal ...Read More

PHOTO: Missouri joins 12 other states in raising the minimum wage, but some say those extra nickels and dimes won't go far toward helping the plight of the state's working poor. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The New Year brings welcome news for more than 100,000 Missouri workers in the form of an increase in the state's minimum wage. But advocates for workers say it will take much more to move Missouri forward. A law passed by voters in 2006 mandated an annual cost-of-livi ...Read More

PHOTO: The elderly, children and people with circulation issues are most at risk of developing frostbite. Credit: M. Kuhlman

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The first winter storm of 2014 has made its way out of the Buckeye State, leaving behind inches of snow, strong winds and bitter temperatures. Health experts warn that extreme cold can bring dangers to your health. Dr. Stephen Meldon, director of the Cleveland Clinic Emerg ...Read More

PHOTO: Winterís deep freeze is officially upon Illinois, and experts are reminding residents of the injuries that can occur in cold temperatures.

CHICAGO – The white stuff has stopped falling but the first winter storm of the year has left Illinoisans coping with piles of snow, bitter wind and freezing temperatures. Health experts say there are many health risks that can come from cold weather. Slips and falls are very common, and D ...Read More

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