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Archive: January 31, 2018

About a quarter of minimum wage workers younger than 20 live in or near poverty. (haydenweal/Pixabay)

AUGUSTA, Maine – The Maine Legislature is considering a bill that would roll back the recent increase in the state's minimum wage. The minimum wage went up to $10 an hour on Jan. 1, but the bill proposed by Gov. Paul LePage would lower it by 50 cents in June. LD 1757 also would reduce futu ...Read More

An unprecedented number of LGBTQ candidates will be on the ballot in the March 6 Texas primary elections. (Bland/GettyImages)

HOUSTON – An unprecedented number of openly LGBTQ candidates will be on the ballot for the March 6 Texas primary elections. According to OutSmart, a Houston entertainment and advocacy magazine, at least 49 LGBTQ candidates – both Republicans and Democrats – will be on the ballot ...Read More

The Legislature is considering a bill that would expand eligibility for the state's pre-K program. (Washington State House Republicans/Flickr)

OLYMPIA, Wash. – The marchers may be little, but their cause is not. Toddlers and their parents are gathering in Olympia Wednesday to rally for their education. Childhood learning advocates want greater access and more investment in the state's pre-K program, known as the Early Childhood E ...Read More

Dreamer Ivonne Orozco-Acosta and U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., listened to President Donald Trump's remarks on immigrants while attending the State of the Union address. (heinrich.senate.gov)<br />

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A leading advocate for Dreamers in New Mexico, and a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, accompanied U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich to Tuesday night's State of the Union speech. Ivonne Orozco-Acosta graduated from the University of New Mexic ...Read More

Frames from House Speaker Richard Corcoran's campaign ad. (YouTube)

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A controversial bill aimed at banning so-called sanctuary cities hit a major roadblock Tuesday in the Florida Senate after the bill's sponsor said he didn't have enough votes for it to pass. Republican Sen. Aaron Bean of Fernandina Beach pulled Senate Bill 308 from its fi ...Read More

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