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A petition urges Florida's governor to keep enhanced federal pandemic unemployment benefits in place, and four major U.S. cities had mass shootings over the weekend.


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President Biden says America is back at the global table; voting rights groups launch a 'March on Manchin;' and Nevada jockeys for position to hold the first presidential primary.

Archive: October 19, 2015

The Outdoor Wood Boiler Replacement Program could help to clear the air in Indiana. Credit: Michael Hoy/Flickr

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INDIANAPOLIS – A new grant opportunity is expected to clean up some of Indiana's smoky communities. A $500,000 dollar grant from the Outdoor Wood Boiler Replacement Program will fund the replacement of outdoor wood boilers, or OWBs, with solar, geothermal or combination systems. There are ...Read More

State lawmakers like Delegate Don Perdue are considering what they would say to President Obama about West Virginia's drug abuse crisis when Obama is in Charleston. Photo by Dan Heyman

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CHARLESTON, W. Va. - President Barack Obama will be in Charleston this week, to discuss West Virginia's drug crisis. Wayne County delegate Don Perdue has long worked on the issue and has some thoughts on what he would say to the president. Perdue has tried for years to get the legislature to incre ...Read More

Virginia's voting population is slowly changing, due to immigration and the rise of often excluded groups.

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RICHMOND, Va. - With new voters migrating to the state, observers say Virginia is very gradually trending in a progressive direction. Jon Liss, co-executive director with New Virginia Majority, says more immigrants, people of color and other traditionally liberal voters help explain why Democrats h ...Read More

The AARP Foundation's Tax Aide program is looking for volunteers. Courtesy photo from AARP

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The AARP Foundation's Tax-Aide program is looking for volunteers and the folks who do it say it's fun and a great thing to do. Last year the program was at nearly 30 libraries, senior centers and other locations around the state. Hundreds of volunteers helped 27,000 low-and-mod ...Read More

More than 1,500 graduate student employees and their supporters rallied for a union vote on the Yale campus last week. Courtesy: GESO/UNITE HERE

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Graduate student employees at Yale want the university to let them vote on forming a union. The graduate students are paid a stipend to teach many classes, staff university labs and perform other skilled work. Aaron Greenberg, co-chair of the Graduate Employee and Studen ...Read More

Identity theft can be a roadblock on the path to adulthood for foster children. Credit: Nikk/Flickr

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LANSING, Mich. – Identity thieves don't discriminate when it comes to the age of their victims, and experts say foster children are a prime target for fraud. Angelique Day, who works with former foster youths at Wayne State University, says as foster children make their way through the child ...Read More

Ohio caseworkers help families struggling with opiate addiction, homelessness and other troubles.  <br />Courtesy: PCSAO

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Caseworkers tend to Ohio children in desperate times, but some people in the field say there are not enough of them available to meet the needs of families in crisis. Keisha Savage, a caseworker with Franklin County Children Services, explains that she and other caseworkers ...Read More

Texans who get unexpected medical bills after a visit to the hospital can now challenge those charges thanks to a new law on the books. Credit: AARP Texas
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AUSTIN, Texas - Patients who get "surprise medical bills" after a trip to the hospital now have recourse, thanks to a new Texas law passed in the last session. Trey Berndt, associate director for advocacy with AARP Texas, says people can get bills they weren't expecting, for example, when outsour ...Read More

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