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The New York Times endorsed Senators Elizabeth Warren of MA and Amy Klobuchar of MN. Plus, on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, candidates spoke at a forum about protecting democracy, "a decade after Citizens United."

Archive: January 5, 2017

AARP Arizona will be pushing for several new bills to help family caregivers in 2017. (Renown Rehab)

PHOENIX -- The new legislative session will begin on Monday, and advocates for people age 50 and older are laying out their priorities for 2017 - and they include a tax credit for caregivers. One in eight Arizonans - about 804,000 people - spends at least one hour per week helping an elderly frien ...Read More

A new think tank, the Arizona Center For Economic Progress, launches today. (Center for Economic Progress)

PHOENIX -- A new economic think tank is launching today in the Grand Canyon State. It's called the Arizona Center for Economic Progress. The center is a division of the Children's Action Alliance, and its purpose is to build coalitions that will push for sound public policy to put the state in a s ...Read More

The falling cost of solar and wind is changing the energy picture in the developing world. (World Resource Institute)

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Renewable energy is growing fast in poor countries, and in a change from a few years ago, demand for coal is stalled or falling. According to the international bodies that track the patterns, more solar and wind power is coming online than any other kind of energy. Vri ...Read More

A coalition of Hispanic and African-American voting rights groups is asking a three-judge federal panel to issue an immediate ruling to their 2011 challenge to voting districts in Texas. (iStockphoto)

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the Texas congressional and state House and Senate districts are demanding that the three-judge federal panel hearing the case issue a decision within the next two weeks. The suit, filed in 2011 by a coalition of Hispanic and African-A ...Read More

The U.S. Justice Department has submitted a

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The U.S. Justice Department has submitted a "statement of interest" in a lawsuit seeking to end the solitary confinement of juveniles in a New York jail. The lawsuit, filed by the New York Civil Liberties Union and Legal Services of Central New York, challenges the ongoing p ...Read More

Gov. Dannel Malloy wants state lawmakers to enact a fair funding for public schools. (Dannel Malloy/flickr.com)

HARTFORD, Conn. – Education advocates are applauding Gov. Dannel Malloy's call for school funding that is fair, transparent, accountable and adaptable. In his State of the State address on Wednesday, Malloy challenged the General Assembly to act to guarantee "equal access to a quality educat ...Read More

Crab fishermen on the West Coast are on strike because of a price drop for Dungeness crab. (J. Newman/California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife)

WARRENTON, Ore. -- Dungeness crab dinners could be hard to come by in Oregon and along the West Coast because of a dispute over the price crabbers get for their catch. Fleets from Central California to the Canadian border are refusing to fish as the crabbing season opens along the coast. The strik ...Read More

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