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Archive: June 16, 2015
FLINT, Mich. – Earning a living in a rewarding career is part of the American dream, and the goal of an innovative Goodwill Industries program is to ensure the American Dream is accessible to everyone – including those with disabilities. Cheryl Osborn manages the self-employment service ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS – With summer getting underway, experts say blue-green algae fueled by nutrient pollution are certain to return to lakes and streams in Indiana. Kim Ferraro, water and agriculture policy director with the Hoosier Environmental Council, says while some forms of algae are good for ...Read More
AUSTIN, Texas – A new report released by Detention Watch Network and the Center for Constitutional Rights exposes local lockup quotas in for-profit immigrant detention facilities covering half of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field offices. Carol Wu with Detention Watch N ...Read More
OAKLAND, Calif. – A study released today by the nonprofit Public Health Institute (PHI) says California could save $250 million per year in healthcare costs – and improve the lives of millions of children – by eliminating exposure to preventable environmental hazards such as lead, ...Read More
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Environmental groups are reacting angrily to Tuesday's news of a budget deal in Tallahassee that spends far less on conservation than voters expected. Seventy-five percent of Florida voters approved Amendment One last November, setting aside about $750 million this year to ...Read More