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Day of action focuses on CT undocumented's healthcare needs; 7 jurors seated in first Trump criminal trial; ND looks to ease 'upskill' obstacles for former college students; Black Maternal Health Week ends, health disparities persist.

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Seven jury members were seated in Trump's hush money case. House Speaker Johnson could lose his job over Ukraine aid. And the SCOTUS heard oral arguments in a case that could undo charges for January 6th rioters.

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Fears grow that low-income folks living in USDA housing could be forced out, North Carolina's small and Black-owned farms are helped by new wind and solar revenues, and small towns are eligible for grants to boost civic participation..

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Time Running Out to Comment on Western Energy Transmission Routes

PHOENIX, Ariz. - A 2009 plan for energy transmission corridors across the West is being revised as part of a court-ordered settlement. The public has …

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Prevention Emphasized as AZ Observes Women’s Health Week

PHOENIX, Ariz. - As the state observes National Women's Health Week, Arizona women of all ages are being urged to keep current with their regular …

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Bill Reforming AZ Child Welfare System Getting Close

PHOENIX – A working group that includes lawmakers from both parties is expected to finalize draft legislation to reform Arizona's child welfare …

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Decision Expected on Open Pit Mine near Tucson

PHOENIX - Approval for a vast open-pit copper mine in the Santa Rita mountains 30 miles southeast of Tucson is expected soon from the U.S. Forest …

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Women on the Pill Need Not Worry about Allergy Season Antibiotics

PHOENIX - It's the season for allergies and sinus infections, and there's a concern among women that fighting the sniffles with antibiotics can …

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Report Details Obstacles to Success for Kids of Color

PHOENIX - According to Census Bureau projections, by 2018, children of color will represent a majority of kids in the United States. By 2030…

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Zero Hour for Children in State Budget Battle

PHOENIX – Battle lines have formed at the Arizona Legislature over funding for children's programs – specifically for child welfare and sa…

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Community Groups Unite Against Bill Raising Small Loan Costs

PHOENIX – Community groups, including AARP Arizona and the Arizona Community Action Association, are urging state senators to reject a bill …

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Nonprofit Groups, Volunteers Hustle to Meet ACA Deadline

PHOENIX – As the March 31 signup deadline for the Affordable Care Act approaches, hundreds of Arizona organizations and thousands of volunteers …

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¿Qué tan probable es que usted sea víctima de un fraude en línea?

PHOENIX – Una investigación reciente de la AARP encontró rasgos característicos en la gente que tiene más peligro de se…

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