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Archive: January 9, 2012

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DENVER - The Denver International Sportsmen's Exposition is billed as the largest exhibit of its kind in the West, drawing thousands to the four-day event. It's a mash-up of outdoor-related businesses and organizations. Colorado angling guides set up booths next to African big-game safari companies. ...Read More

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BALTIMORE - Success in school begins long before a child sets foot in a classroom, and this year Maryland will be sharply focused on those early learning years because of its winning "Race to the Top - Early Learning Challenge" application. Maryland won $50 million in federal funding over four years ...Read More

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CASPER, Wyo. - 2012 should be the year of workplace safety in Wyoming. Two local groups are making that case after a report submitted to the governor last month documented the issue. Kim Floyd, executive secretary of the Wyoming State AFL-CIO, says now that the numbers are in hand, it's time to "s ...Read More

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A controversial expansion of Lake Tahoe's Homewood ski resort may be put on hold. The Sierra Club and Friends of the West Shore are suing the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) and Placer County for approving what they call "an ill-conceived and environmentally disruptive development." Their atto ...Read More

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DES MOINES, Iowa - Iowa lawmakers go back to work today, and among the unfinished items from last year is House File 561. Under the legislation, utilities could make ratepayers pay more now for a proposed nuclear power plant to be built later. AARP Iowa Director of Advocacy Anthony Carroll says it ...Read More

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NEW YORK - The GOP presidential contenders spend lots of time talking about job creation, but there's one job generator vital to many New Yorkers that is not getting much play: mass transit. Veronica Vanterpool with the Tri-State Transportation Campaign says for every billion dollars of capital inve ...Read More

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. - There were more than 200 confirmed cases of child sexual abuse in West Virginia last year, and advocates for children say many more such cases probably went unreported. They say more should be done, not only to teach children to speak up and defend themselves, but to prevent thei ...Read More

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DALLAS - The Supreme Court of the United States joins the Texas redistricting battle today, and a decision could affect national voting rules that have been in place since 1965. States such as Texas with histories of voter discrimination need federal approval before changing election procedures th ...Read More

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