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Archive: December 3, 2015

Today is the Mothers Against Drunk Driving National Day of Remembrance. Credit: ldless/iStock

LOS ANGELES - Today is the first-ever national day of remembrance for people who have died in alcohol-related car crashes, the survivors, and their families. It's organized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, also known as MADD, as part of its 35th birthday celebration. There will be events in do ...Read More

Almost 140,000 Pennsylvania children still have no health insurance. Credit: USCDCP/public-domain-images.com

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A bill to reauthorize the state's Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, passed in the Pennsylvania House on Tuesday but unless the Senate acts, the program will expire on Dec. 31. CHIP covers about 150,000 children whose parents make too much to qualify for Medicaid ...Read More

A lawsuit claims Pennsylvania's school funding system is unconstitutional. Credit: ludi/pixabay.com

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Education advocates are asking the state Supreme Court to hear their challenge to the state's school funding system. The state has filed papers asking the court to dismiss the lawsuit filed a year ago by parents and school districts. Briefs from the legislature and the governor's ...Read More

The Oregon Buttes Wildnerness Study Area is one of 45 pieces of federal land under consideration for reclassification. Credit: Joy Bannon/Wyoming Wildlife Federation

CHEYENNE, Wy. - County officials from across Wyoming are launching a push to get Congress to re-evaluate the state's federal wilderness study areas and possibly swap some of them for state lands, which could lead to more development. The Wyoming County Commissioners Association announced the Wyomi ...Read More

Today is National Day of Remembrance for victims of drunk driving. CreditL:Ansaharju/iStock

PHOENIX - Today is the National Day of Remembrance for victims of drunk and drugged driving sponsored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, also known as MADD. The Arizona chapter of MADD is holding events in Phoenix and Tucson today in honor of their 35th anniversary. The idea is to let people know t ...Read More

A new Morrison-Cronkite Survey shows 60 percent of Arizona voters, no matter their political persuasion, believe that climate change is man-made. Credit: Click/morguefile.com

PHOENIX – Arizona may be known as one of the more politically conservative states in the country, but a new study shows a majority of registered voters supports a number of issues that traditionally are considered liberal turf. In the survey by Arizona State University’s Morrison Insti ...Read More

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