Sunday, September 26, 2021

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New Yorkers voice concerns about the creation of not one, but two draft maps for congressional and state voting districts; and providers ask the Supreme Court to act on Texas' new abortion law.

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The January 6th committee subpoenas former Trump officials; a Senate showdown looms over the debt ceiling; the CDC okays COVID boosters for seniors; and advocates testify about scams targeting the elderly.

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A new Oklahoma museum honors tribal nations, while Iowa's history is back on the blacktop; mixed news on COVID-19 comes with a warning about unconventional drugs; and electric cars and buses are coming to rural America.

Mary Anne Meyers


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To Sign Up for Health Care or Not?

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Missourians Urged to Join Fight Against Super Bugs

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New Insurance Exchanges Confuse Illinois Elders

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Teen Birth Rates Down, But Is Every Teen Getting Facts?

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Congress Debates Military Strike on Syria

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More than 17 Million American Households Struggle to Put Food on the Table

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New Study: Illinoisans Struggle to Feed their Families

CHICAGO - When it comes to making ends meet to feed Illinois families, a new study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has estimated that 13 …

Illinois Baby Boomers Say No to Nursing Homes

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Missourians Sweat Out Late Summer Heat Wave

ST. LOUIS – Heat advisories continue for the next few days because of a sweltering 100-degree late summer heat wave. That means staying …

Labor Day 2013 Brings New Twist to Labor Movement

CHICAGO - Fast-food workers in Chicago and around the nation are leading into Labor Day with another round of one-day strikes Thursday. Steven …


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