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Archive: August 11, 2014

PHOTO: Not much to smile about? A new report shows Idaho has fallen to nearly last in the country on several economic indicators, making it tough for families to get ahead. Photo credit: National Agricultural Library

BOISE, Idaho - Idaho might be described as a 'hot mess,' in a new report from the Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy. It finds per-capita income has fallen to almost last in the nation. Center director Lauren Necochea says this has happened over 15 years, and within that time frame, money has also disap ...Read More

PHOTO: Many homes aren't suitable for rooftop solar installations, but community solar projects, supported by the state's two largest utilities, could offer a means for more people in Michigan to access solar energy. Photo credit: Jusben/morguefile.com.

LANSING, Mich. - The future of solar energy is looking brighter in Michigan. A new report shows the state's two largest utilities both plan to offer community solar programs. Julie Baldwin with the Michigan Public Service Commission's renewable energy division says that would mean Consumers Ener ...Read More

PHOTO: A measure pending in Congress would provide an earnings credit to account for time lost on the job while taking care of children, seniors or a family member with a disability. Photo courtesy AARP.

CONCORD, N.H. - Women still do the majority of care-giving in the Granite State. Local advocates say time lost at work not only costs them wages but reduces future retirement income. A measure pending in Congress is hoping to rectify that by giving Social Security credit to those who lose time at ...Read More

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