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Archive: December 13, 2017

Setting clear expectations about what kind of behavior is not acceptable at a holiday party can go a long way toward minimizing bad outcomes. (Wikimedia Commons)

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MADISON, Wis. – Holiday parties can be fun, but they can also create an environment for bad judgment. With the ongoing revelations about high profile careers being derailed or ended by charges of sexual harassment, it's wise to plan your holiday party carefully, whether you're hosting or att ...Read More

Advocates in Ballard are holding a day of action before the FCC's Thursday vote on net neutrality. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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BALLARD, Wash. – The Federal Communications Commission is one day away from a vote that could start a momentous change of course for the Internet. On Thursday, the ...Read More

The campaign for Initiative 940 has gathered more than 300,000 signatures. (De-Escalate Washington)
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SEATTLE – Andre Taylor moved back to his hometown the day after he heard his younger brother, Che Taylor, a 46-year-old African-American man, had been shot and killed by two white Seattle police officers. Since that day in February 2016, Andre Taylor has been on a mission, becoming a leader ...Read More

Agriculture organizations say a new cover-crop incentive program will help improve land resiliency.<br />(USDA)

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DES MOINES, Iowa – Planting cover crops now could save Iowa farmers money in the future. The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship recently kicked off a three-year project aimed at increasing acres of cover crops and improving water quality in the state. Aaron Lehman, preside ...Read More

Papa criollo potatoes from South America could be a new sustainable crop for New Mexico farmers.  (NMSU)

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LOS LUNAS, N.M. – More nutritional South American potatoes will be front and center at the New Mexico Sustainable Agriculture Conference, Wednesday at Los Lunas, when researchers discuss new and profitable crops for the state. New Mexico State University researcher and extension service vege ...Read More

An appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Canyon Uranium Mine near Grand Canyon National Park can proceed without updating its 1986 permit, but also upheld the 2012 ban on new mines. (Bret Fanshaw/Environment America)

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PHOENIX – Environmental groups and Native American tribes fighting uranium mining on the rim of the Grand Canyon are praising a federal court's decision on Tuesday to uphold a 20-year ban on new mines, while acknowledging that the area still is at great risk. A panel of judges on the 9th Cir ...Read More

Medicaid cuts would endanger services on which people with disabilities rely to stay independent, advocates say. (CIDNY)
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NEW YORK – A coalition of organizations is staging a day of action Wednesday to protest cuts to health care, social services and other programs under the Republican tax bills now making their way through Congress. The tax bills now in a House-Senate conference committee would slash taxes on ...Read More

Education Savings Accounts would give public education money to families to pay private school tuition. (Jason Pope/Flickr)

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HARRISBURG, Pa. – Education advocates say bills pending in the General Assembly to create Education Savings Accounts would further defund public education in the state. Senate Bill 2 and House Bill 1717 would allow parents to pay private school tuition with public money. The stated goal is ...Read More

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