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Archive: April 7, 2016

Organizers of this year's Black Women's Expo express concern about the hostile tone of the presidential election so far and the effects it could have on African Americans. (Cynthia Carter)

INDIANAPOLIS – With all the attention on this year's presidential race, many people say its outcome could have a negative effect on particular communities. The topic will be front and center at this week's The Black Women's Expo in Chicago. Expo founder Merry Green calls herself an activis ...Read More

What factors may have influenced Wisconsin's primary election? A political scientist has some thoughts. (CharlieAJA/iStockPhoto.com)

OSHKOSH, Wis. - Wisconsin's primary election brought well over 2 million voters to the polls, representing a turnout of more than 47 percent, exceeding the predictions by a large margin. It was the highest Wisconsin primary turnout since 1972. Millions and millions of dollars were spent on ads to ...Read More

World record holder Ernestine Shepherd will be at MSU to discuss exercise, nutrition and brain health. (AARP Michigan)

LANSING, Mich. – Some say, "The best is yet to be,” when it comes to aging – a mantra that is possible for Michiganders who focus on healthy lifestyle choices. And 79-year-old Ernestine Shepherd is a perfect example. Shepherd is recognized by Guinness World Records as the World' ...Read More

The Klamath River flows through southern Oregon and northern California. (Tami Heilemann/Dept. of the Interior)

PORTLAND, Ore. - Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D)and California Governor Jerry Brown (D) met at an event along the Klamath River Wednesday to agree to remove four dams from the river. They were joined by Native American tribal leaders, the electric utility PacifiCorp, and other groups interested in re ...Read More

The campaign uses social media to ask what programs will be cut. (Yoel Ben-Avraham/flickr.com)

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A non-partisan policy and research group is challenging lawmakers to name the programs they'd cut to balance the budget. The state is facing a structural deficit of almost $2 billion in the coming year. But the Republican majority in the General Assembly is insisting it wil ...Read More

The Corporate Responsibility Act, introduced in the Colorado House of Representatives on Tuesday, would force companies paying workers less than $12 an hour to help cover the state's Medicaid expenses. (Colorado Fiscal Institute)

DENVER - New legislation to force businesses with more than 250 employees to pay their fair share of health care costs was introduced in the Colorado House this week. The Corporate Responsibility Act would close loopholes that allow companies to move low-wage workers onto the state's Medicaid rolls. ...Read More

Illinois local food producers are backing plans to keep the state's public seed libraries free from what they call over-regulation. (iStockphoto)

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Advocates of sustainable food are in Springfield today talking about local food policies, as a state Senate committee considers a seed-sharing bill. Supporters of HB 3130 believe it will help protect free, public seed exchanges. According to Illinois Stewardship Alliance, ove ...Read More

The Arizona Legislature, currently meeting in the state Capitol, is close to approving a bill that would make it easier to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers in the state. (DustyPixel/iStock)

PHOENIX - The Arizona Legislature is close to final passage of a bill designed to make it easier to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers in the state. The measure, which places draconian regulations on any clinic that provides abortions, has passed the House and needs ...Read More

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