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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
The state's largest yearly food drive gets underway today. Minnesota's "March Food Drive," is designed to stock over 260 food shelves across the ...Read More
Three new reports show Oregon's over-50 population is becoming the workforce of the future by not retiring. Instead, they're being re-hired by ...Read More
Millions of working Americans are hovering above the poverty line, and 16 million are living in deep poverty -- the highest level in 32 years ...Read More
A religious leader has pleaded "guilty" to trespassing in U.S. Representative Capito's Charleston office, after spending 10 hours in her office ...Read More
A new survey finds over 90 percent of Minnesotans want to allow Medicare to use its bargaining power to negotiate for lower prescription drug prices ...Read More
Payday lending is a $1.4 billion business in Washington, and the best customers are working families in financial crisis. This session, legislative ...Read More
Many seniors could stay out of expensive nursing homes with just a little help, and a proposed state law would make it easier for them to live at ...Read More
Every year the number of births by Cesarean increases in Iowa; it's now at just over 29 percent. In the past, the surgery was performed only when ...Read More
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