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Rallying Oregonians called on Congress Tuesday to celebrate the nations' birthday by "restoring the Constitution and the rule of law" for the upcoming ...Read More
Tennesseans are being asked to think twice before bringing home the bacon, and ham. Faith and community leaders will be meeting tonight to talk ...Read More
About 20 percent of Washington workers are union members, and more say they would join a union if they could. Supporters of the "Employee Free ...Read More
Legislation designed to make it easier for American workers to form a union has passed the House and comes before the Senate where it faces stiff opp ...Read More
For low-income populations and people of color in Oregon, the military can look like the way out of poverty. But advocates say the military is ...Read More
State employees are weighing in on the controversy over the release of their personal salary information. The flap surfaced recently when the Sioux ...Read More
Four New Hampshire groups are among 1,000 agencies and nonprofits nationwide calling on Congress to increase funding for the federal State Children's ...Read More
"Pay the rent, or buy medication. It's a common story in California being made public in the health insurance debate, but there's another health ...Read More
Colorado gets a failing grade when it comes to health care for kids, but children's advocates say a bill now in Washington could help change that ...Read More
The Insurance Fair Conduct Act is supposed to go into effect in July. It requires insurance companies to deal "in good faith" when paying claims ...Read More
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