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Leaders of faith and science unite today to fight global warming, and soon they may be coming to a town near you. One thousand people are expected ...Read More
A bill to increase Minnesota's minimum wage faces its first House test today. Sponsor Tom Rukavina says it's a matter of economic justice and ...Read More
Do you know how to avoid a scam? A new survey by AARP Washington found that most people get only half the answers right when questioned about scam ta ...Read More
Iowa's river's streams and lakes are being inundated with runoff from hog lots and farm fields because of the sudden snowmelt. Mary Skopec with the ...Read More
Clean energy could fuel Oregon's next economic boom, according to some of the state's leading venture capitalists who are testifying before a Senate ...Read More
A plan pending in the state legislature is drawing support from a broad coalition of environmental and conservation groups. Steve Morse with the ...Read More
In most Wisconsin counties, farmers are still hoping for federal disaster relief for disasters that date back to 2005, and a bill expected in ...Read More
Drilling creeping up on the Wyoming Range. That's how some locals view a U.S. Forest Service plan to allow wildcat gas wells in the Hoback Basin ...Read More
There's something "fishy" in the hallowed halls of Congress today. A new bill would require independent economic and scientific review of federal ...Read More
If you've been discouraged about global warming and its possible effects on the environment, fish and wildlife, spend a few minutes with Jim Martin ...Read More
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