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A diverse group of supporters is speaking up for Tracy Stone-Manning to be director of the Bureau of Land Management; GOP sinks key voting rights measure.


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Senate Republicans block a sweeping voting-rights bill; pandemic continues to take a toll on mental health; White House says U.S. will miss its July 4 target for 70% adult vaccination; Supreme Court rules against NCAA.

Archive: November 11, 2020

College students of color are more likely to attend more than one college and are disproportionately affected when credits don't transfer, according to the Scaling Partners Network. (torugadatacorp/Pixabay)
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AUSTIN, Texas -- A growing number of students turn to Texas community colleges for the first two years of their education to save money before transferring to a four-year school. Too often, however, those students learn many of their credits won't transfer. Last year, Texas lawmakers passed Senate ...Read More

Carbon pollution is changing the chemistry, temperature and biology of the ocean, with negative impacts on oyster farms. (The Nature Conservancy)

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NEWPORT, N.C. -- North Carolina's oyster farmers are grappling with rising seas, ocean acidification and more severe storms - and many now are speaking out about the climate-change impacts they're witnessing firsthand. Tyler Chadwick, who grew up in the commercial fishing industry and now owns Caro ...Read More

Developers have added many senior living facilities across Minnesota, but state leaders and senior advocates say communities need to address a variety of issues to make cities more

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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Minnesota is projected to see a larger population of older adults in the next decade. To coincide with that growth, state leaders and senior advocates are working to make communities around the region more "age-friendly." By 2030, according to the state demographer, more than one ...Read More

North Dakota officials say hospitals across the state are dealing with critical worker shortages as they try to respond to the latest COVID-19 surge. (Adobe Stock)

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BISMARCK, N.D. -- COVID-19 is taking a heavy toll on North Dakota. With the election out of the way, some hoped that politics might be taken out of debating the state's response, but the disagreements continue. Newly re-elected Gov. Doug Burgum announced this week that hospitals are at full capacit ...Read More

Minister Aaron Hopkins, second from right, is among the 11 2020 OEFFA

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- One of the unspoken challenges among first-generation beginning farmers is the lack of social support and generational knowledge. An Ohio program is helping to address this by pairing new farmers with experienced sustainable farmers for insight and guidance. Minister Aaron Hopkins ...Read More

President-elect Joe Biden leads by about 45,000 votes in Pennsylvania, one of several states where the Trump campaign is challenging election results in court. (steheap/Adobe Stock)

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SEATTLE -- The Trump campaign is challenging the results of the election in court, but so far is coming up short in proving allegations of voter fraud. President Donald Trump has lawsuits in a handful of states. In Pennsylvania, his campaign won a small victory in state court, ruling that official ...Read More

The 2021 Massachusetts budget is expected to pull from the state's rainy-day fund, in part to cover COVID-related expenses. (David Mark/Pixabay)

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BOSTON -- A proposal to tax the wealthiest residents of Massachusetts was defeated in the state House of Representatives on Tuesday during a budget debate. Budget Amendment 675, from Rep. Mike Connolly, D-Cambridge, would have raised the tax rate from 5% to 9% on unearned income such as dividends, ...Read More

Vida Foundation's 'Take My Hand' program will serve healthy after-school snacks for Eagle County's elementary-age kids. (Dilawarali/Pixabay)

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EDWARDS, Colo. -- Immigrant communities in Eagle County are celebrating this week's launch of the Vida Foundation, the brainchild of Pastor Josué Rubio of the Vida Nueva Christian Center in Edwards. The nonprofit aims to address some of the area's most pressing challenges, including health and ...Read More

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