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It will likely take donations to help the Twin Cities recover from damage by looters; and state and local governments look for relief in next stimulus bill.

2020Talks - June 5, 2020 


Democrats and Republicans have had drastically different responses to President Trump's militarized response to protests in the nation's capital. And, new electoral maps will be drawn next year, some by legislatures and others by outside entities.

Public News Service - VA: Senior

Richmond, VA - Got stimulus? The April 15th "tax day" has come and gone, but for many Virginians, it's not too late to file a tax form and get some money from Uncle Sam. The federal "economic stimulus package" payments will arrive beginning in May, but they'll only be mailed to people who filed thei

Richmond, VA - Predators want to cheat you out of your "economic stimulus" check. Phones across Virginia already are ringing with offers to speed up your pay-out if you just give the caller your personal information. If you do that, says Carolyn Spohrer of the Virginia Community Action Partnership

Roanoke, VA - It's a different twist on 'unlawful search and seizure' - cases of illegal 'seizure' from banks apparently unwilling to 'search' for the right information. Many Virginia banks allow creditors to garnishee the accounts of Social Security recipients, even though Federal law prohibits sei

Richmond, VA - Virginia home health caregivers are feeling a little queasy as the legislative session wraps up. That's because the Virginia General Assembly says it won't take up raises for the state's personal care assistants this year. David Broder, executive director of the Virginia Association

Richmond, VA – About 8.7 million Americans make up the so-called "Sandwich Generation," caught between caring for both children and an elderly parent, according to a new study from AARP. Experts say it's a tough situation that can mean incredible stress for everyone involved. David Broder wit

Richmond, VA – When people make less money, they get sicker. A Virginia physician and professor believes it's a statement that should sound an alarm for those concerned about the future of medicine. He says today's economic consequences will overwhelm the nation's healthcare system for years t

VA - Healthcare reform is about more than just insurance, and Virginians want to know more about how to accomplish it. The healthcare "listening tour," a series of community meetings held throughout the state over the spring and summer, found that Virginians want more and better information about th

Richmond, VA – Sitting in traffic not only wastes time, it wastes the chance to reduce climate change, according to a new report from the Urban Land Institute. Stewart Schwartz with the Coalition on Smarter Growth says the demand for compact, accessible neighborhoods that require less driving

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