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Archive: September 11, 2020

In 2018, white males accounted for the majority of suicide deaths. (Adobe Stock)

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- While the world fights the pandemic, health experts say there's a chronic epidemic that continues to hide in the shadows. September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and in Illinois, one person takes his or her own life, on average, every six hours. Dr. Dimple Patel, a boar ...Read More

Pata Suyemoto, Ph.D., shares her own experiences with depression as chair of the People of Color Caucus for the Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention's Alliance for Equity. (Photo courtesy of Suyemoto)

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BOSTON -- September is Suicide Prevention Month, and a Massachusetts woman who tried to take her own life now shares her story with others. As a mental-health activist with the Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention, Dr. Pata Suyemoto works in the area of racial equity, particularly with As ...Read More

Voters in West Virginia must now go online to request an application for an absentee ballot. Critics of the system say it's tougher for older voters and those without internet access. (Adobe Stock)

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The ACLU is calling on West Virginia's secretary of state to automatically mail absentee voter applications, as was done for the June primary. As it stands now, for the November election, for the first time in the state's election history, voters need to access the voting appli ...Read More

Americans have reported $138 million in losses due to COVID- and stimulus-related scams to the Federal Trade Commission. (Adobe Stock)

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ST. LOUIS -- Much like the virus itself, COVID-19 scams continue to spread six months into the pandemic. Since Wednesday, more than 194,000 complaints related to COVID-19 and stimulus payments have been submitted to the Federal Trade Commission, including roughly 1,200 fraud complaints and 400 iden ...Read More

Pennsylvania's plan fails to meet commitments for reductions in nitrogen pollution from agriculture and other sources. (jonbilous/Adobe Stock)

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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Clean-water advocates are suing the Environmental Protection Agency for approving plans they say will fail to meet required reductions in pollution flowing to Chesapeake Bay. The lawsuit was filed Thursday in U.S District Court for the District of Columbia by the Chesapeake Bay F ...Read More

In a proclamation about suicide prevention, Gov. Chris Sununu included legislative accomplishments this year, from suicide education in schools to help for first responders affected by PTSD. (New Hampshire Governor's Forum/Wikimedia)

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CONCORD, N.H. -- Gov. Chris Sununu signed a proclamation on Thursday in honor of New Hampshire Suicide Prevention Week. The New Hampshire Suicide Prevention Council hosted a virtual news conference, where the governor and suicide-prevention leaders shared progress toward improving community mental h ...Read More

Grizzly bears were first protected by the Endangered Species Act in 1975. (Wikimedia Commons)

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HELENA, Mont. -- The Montana Governor's Grizzly Bear Advisory Council has released its recommendations to manage and protect the species, which the report notes has long ties to the state, both ecologically and spiritually. Grizzlies still are listed under the Endangered Species Act, meaning they c ...Read More

Households that pay 6% or more of their income on energy bills are considered to have a high energy burden. (Adobe Stock)

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INDIANAPOLIS -- One in four U.S. households faces a high energy-cost burden, and it's a hardship that a new report finds disproportionately affects certain demographics. The analysis from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy showed that low-income households, communities of color, r ...Read More

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