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A constitutional amendment to require photo I.D. on Election Day is expected to come up for an Assembly vote this month. Sponsors say the law is ...Read More
Senator Hillary Clinton and her Republican colleagues may not always play well together, but they're teaming up to support family playtime for young ...Read More
Too much time, too much money and too many changes. Those have been the arguments against looking into the use of an electronic voting system in the ...Read More
Today is "Read Across America" day. This tenth annual celebration of reading coincides with the 103rd birthday of children's author Doctor Seuss ...Read More
Montana's prison population is expected to grow the fastest in the nation over the next five years, according to a new report from the Pew ...Read More
The Governor's minimum wage bill is scheduled for debate in the full House today with a new provision that prevents enactment until Congress moves to ...Read More
A bill that would protect New Hampshire workers planning to unionize has jumped one hurdle. The Employee Freedom Choice Act was passed by the House ...Read More
Thousands of New Mexico workers say they would join a union if they had a chance, and it's a chance that could come soon thanks to federal ...Read More
A new study released today examines Governor Spitzer's education reform package. Senior economist Trudi Renwick, of the non-partisan Fiscal Policy ...Read More
It's Dr. Seuss' birthday Friday and, to mark the event, schools are celebrating "Read Across America." Stan Johnson, head of teacher's union WEAC ...Read More
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