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The DOJ says former White House counsel Don McGahn does not have to testify. Also, on our Tuesday rundown: “Stop the Bans” protests over extreme abortion laws; education a hot topic in the Bay State and guess how many adults have tried marijuana?

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Archive: March 27, 2015

An analysis of job postings finds that in Arkansas, College graduates are having a challenging time finding jobs. Credit: fathergoose/

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - College graduates searching for jobs in Arkansas don't have the easiest time, according to a new report that takes an in-depth look at online job postings across the nation. Arkansas is ranked in the bottom tier of the report along with other southern states. Dr. Tony Carnevale, ...Read More

PHOTO: Eating healthy foods and being active is the message for Arizonans and all Americans during National Nutrition Month in March. Photo courtesy of

PHOENIX - Arizonans are encouraged to "bite into a healthy lifestyle" during a national campaign that is encouraging people to make healthier food choices and be more active. "We're not saying go low calorie," said Wesley Delbridge, a registered dietitian and spokesman for the nonprofit Arizona Aca ...Read More

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California is one of the best states for finding someone to do your taxes, according to a new report that ranks states based on accessibility, affordability and effectiveness of tax help. While the WalletHub report found that 66 percent of Californians pay for the service, ther ...Read More

PHOTO: Supporters of Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer-strip proposal are calling one of the most significant farmland stewardship initiatives for water quality and wildlife habitat in decades. Photo courtesy of the Governor's Office.

ST. PAUL, Minn. - In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, where water quality is key to quality of life, supporters of the buffer-strip proposal from Gov. Mark Dayton say it would have a positive impact for generations to come. The legislation would require farms to have 50 feet of perennial vegetation around ...Read More

PHOTO: With tens of thousands of Iowans living with a developmental disability, the push is on to make sure that communities statewide are welcoming and inclusive and services and supports are available. Photo credit: Iowa Developmental Disabilities Council.

DES MOINES, Iowa - March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, and in Iowa the focus is on ways in which communities can welcome and include individuals with disabilities. The month was established in 1987 by President Reagan to ensure that everyone can lead productive lives and a ...Read More

PHOTO: Thanks to a concerted recovery effort, experts now are optimistic about the future of the piping plover, birds who make their homes on Great Lakes beaches and are known for their cheerful chirp. Photo credit: Vince Cavalieri, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Spring is in the air and so are the piping plovers, as a growing number of the endangered birds soon will return from their winter vacations to their Michigan homes. Because of an increase in development and recreation, said Vince Cavalieri, Great Lakes piping plover recovery ...Read More

The new Tips From Former Smokers campaign from the CDC highlights health effects beyond the heart and lungs. Credit: geralt/

BALTIMORE - Colon cancer, vision problems and myths about vaping - using e-cigarettes - are featured in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's new Tips From Former Smokers campaign. Smoking-related health damages beyond the heart and lungs are not well known although scientifically proven, ...Read More

PHOTO: Members of the Health Care For All HelpLine Team are working overtime assisting hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts residents who need to renew their Medicaid eligibility. With the deadline so close, those needing assistance are urged to head to their nearest community health center. Photo ourtesy: Health Care For All.

BOSTON - A critical deadline is at hand for hundreds of thousands in the Bay State to renew their coverage under the Medicaid program. Some already are past the deadline, but have a grace period until the end of the month. Anyone who got a letter in the mail at the start of the year notifying them ...Read More

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