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Democracy Trailblazers ignite enthusiasm among teen voters; CA monster blizzard batters Tahoe, Mammoth, Sierra amid avalanche warnings; MN transportation sector could be next in line for carbon-free standard; IN teachers 'stunned' by lawmakers' bid to bypass collective bargaining.

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Nikki Haley says she may not endorse the GOP nominee, President Biden says the U-S will continue air-dropping aid into Gaza and more states look at ditching the electoral college for a national popular vote.

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Hard times could be ahead for rural school districts that spent federal pandemic money on teacher salaries, a former Oregon lumber community drafts a climate-action plan and West Virginians may soon buy raw milk from squeaky-clean cows.

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Accountability Tool Helps Voters Navigate Political Fact, Fiction

DES MOINES, Iowa – If the lines between fact and fiction in politics seem to have blurred, a decades-old nonpartisan organization says it can …

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Iowa Educators: Obesity Impacting National Security

DES MOINES, Iowa – Iowa educators and the American Heart Association say poor childhood health - including obesity rates - has reached a …

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Iowa Farmers Prioritize Needs in New Farm Bill

DECORAH, Iowa – Iowa plays a large role in the process of creating a farm bill and, with less than one year remaining before the current bill …

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Poverty Edges Downward in Missouri, but Progress in Jeopardy

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri is making progress in its fight against poverty, but some of the programs that have helped make those gains possible …

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MO Business Owners, Outdoor Enthusiasts Lament Parks Remaining Closed

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Eleven Point, Bryant Creek, Ozark Mountain and Jay Nixon state parks face an uncertain future nearly 10 months into the …

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Community Activists to Iowa Pork Industry: Time for a Moratorium

DES MOINES, Iowa – There is no state in the nation that produces more pork than Iowa and production is continuing to grow. But community …

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Minority, Immigrant Families Face Largest Childhood Obstacles in MO

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The biggest barriers to success for Missouri's children are in the paths of black and Hispanic populations, and children …

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Report: Barriers to Success Still Pervasive for Minority Children in Iowa

DES MOINES, Iowa – The civil-rights era ended fifty years ago but an annual report indicates that significant barriers still exist for children …

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National Wildlife Federation Makes Appeal as Monarchs Disappear

ST. LOUIS – If you've ever watched the process of a caterpillar becoming a vividly colorful Monarch butterfly, you probably have an …

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EPA Urged: Avoid Hurting Iowa Farmers, General Public

NEW HARTFORD, Iowa - From Iowa's Senate delegation as well as from former federal environmental officials in Washington, warnings are being issued …

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