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Montanans get to weigh in on firearms on college campuses, and Washington state addresses carbon pollution from the building sector.


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Archive: November 30, 2020

Jos Indalecio, a tractor operator, sits in his living quarters at a Johnston County farmworker camp on Aug. 27. The camp does not have air conditioning, which is considered a luxury by many farmworkers in North Carolina. (Travis Long, TLONG@NEWSOBSERVER.COM)

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Print version by Adam Wagner and Aaron Sánchez-Guerra Broadcast version by Nadia Ramlagan Reporting for The Raleigh News & Observer - North Carolina News Service collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting .mcclatchy-embed{position:relative;padding:40px 0 56.25%;height:0;ove ...Read More

More than 52 million people on Medicare are age 65 or older and the vast majority take one or more prescription drugs. (Vitalii Vodolazskyi/Adobe Stock)

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BOISE, Idaho -- Idahoans may have shopped until they dropped over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, but Medicare enrollees have one last thing to shop for: a prescription drug plan. The open-enrollment period for Medicare Part D ends on Dec. 7, allowing folks to compare prices until then. Senior H ...Read More

Exports of timber from Oregon to China this year could be a tenth of what they have been in the past. (dbvirago/Adobe Stock)

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- The timber industry in Oregon and across the country is battered from an unresolved trade war with China and the COVID-19 pandemic. Andrew Muhammad, professor of agricultural and resource economics at the University of Tennessee, formerly worked for the U.S. Department of Agricult ...Read More

About 17,000 Montanans are behind bars or under criminal-justice supervision, according to the Prison Policy Initiative. (Proxima Studio/Adobe Stock)

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HELENA, Mont. -- Groups from across the political spectrum are coming together to push for criminal-justice reform during the Montana legislative session. The Montana Coalition for Public Safety formed after President Donald Trump signed the First Step Act, enacting reforms on the federal level. D ...Read More

Children's advocacy groups say there are major gaps in Ohio's safety net for children and families of color. (Adobe Stock)<br /><br />

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- More than a dozen groups are banding together to make sure Ohio does right by its kids in the next state budget cycle. The Ohio Children's Budget Coalition is ramping up efforts to maintain, protect and strengthen public resources that support children. The Coalition on Homelessn ...Read More

Washington state lawmakers convene in January and will have to deal with a massive hole in the budget. (photogeek/Adobe Stock)

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OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Washington state workers say potential budget cuts will hurt Washingtonians. Because of the pandemic, the state is facing a $3.3 billion dollar shortfall through 2023. Agencies like the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) have been asked to determine what a 15% cut wo ...Read More

Nebraska's 172,000 small businesses make up almost 99% of the state's businesses, and support jobs for nearly half of Nebraska's workers. (Center for Rural Affairs)

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Lyons, Neb. -- Small businesses are counting on support from local shoppers this holiday season to stay in business and are following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines to keep customers and staff safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Jessica Campos, director of the Center for Rural Affai ...Read More

In a new report, a quarter of non-profits surveyed said they were unsure whether they could last another year because of the ripple effect caused by the pandemic. (Adobe Stock)

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- Non-profits are navigating a path of financial stress and uncertainty amid the pandemic and the economic crisis it's causing. In Iowa, a key health organization said it's seeing the effect and making changes. The American Heart Association (AHA) division that serves greater Des ...Read More

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