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Archive: February 24, 2014

PHOTO: AdMark in Charlotte installed solar panels on the roof of this 40,000-square-foot building and says it's already seeing impressive energy savings. Photo courtesy: AdMark Graphic Solutions, LLC.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - As in most states, there's no shortage of large shopping malls and big-box stores in North Carolina, and a new report says their typically flat-top roofs could help increase solar power in the state by tenfold. The research is from the Environment North Carolina Research and Polic ...Read More

GRAPHIC: The Ohio Hunger Index shows how income, poverty and unemployment contribute to hunger and food insecurity.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio is well up among the states, at 11th place, for high food insecurity, and a new tool takes a closer look at the economic factors contributing to the problem. The Ohio Hunger Index, created by researcher Howard Fleeter, combines median income, poverty and unemployment, and finds ...Read More

PHOTO: The latest analysis finds there are still a lot of folks across the state and nation on the edge financially, and part of that is due to the cost of housing. Photo credit: David Antis

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Affordable housing can be key to helping working families to attain financial stability, but for many such people across Tennessee the cost of rent is taking more than its share of the monthly budget. The Center for Enterprise Development analyzed the latest data, and according to ...Read More

PHOTO: Efforts to address bullying in Minnesota schools and workplaces are expected to garner much debate as the gavel drops Tuesday for the opening of the 2014 Legislative Session. Photo credit: Fibonacci Blue

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota lawmakers return to St. Paul on Tuesday for the start of the 2014 session, where there will be another push to address bullying both in schools and in workplaces. For schools, the current law in Minnesota aimed at bullying prevention is just 37 words. According to State S ...Read More

PHOTO: Photo courtesy of the U-S National Guard.

SANTA FE, N.M. - The New Mexico legislative session, which recently concluded, was a mixed blessing for education, according to the National Education Association of New Mexico. The group's executive director, Charles Bowyer, applauded lawmakers' approval of a 3 percent pay raise for teachers and al ...Read More

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