Thursday, August 11, 2022

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A new report says Georgia should step up for mothers and infants, Oregon communities force a polluter to shut down, and we have an update on the FBI's probe of Trump allies, including Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa.

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Inflation could be at a turning point, House members debate the expansion of the IRS, and former President Donald Trump invokes the Fifth Amendment in a deposition over his business practices.

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Infrastructure funding is on its way, ranchers anticipate money from the Inflation Reduction Act, and rural America is becoming more diverse, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the leadership.

Mary Anne Meyers


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Nuevos intercambios de seguros médicos confunden a los adultos mayores de Illinois

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Missourians Urged to Join Fight Against Super Bugs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - According to the newest and most conservative estimate by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every year more …


New Insurance Exchanges Confuse Illinois Elders

CHICAGO - October will be an important month for health care in Illinois and around the nation. Beginning October 1, people without health insurance …

Teen Birth Rates Down, But Is Every Teen Getting Facts?

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - This month the Centers for Disease Control www.cdc.gov reported that teen birth rates in Missouri and around the nation have dropped …


Congress Debates Military Strike on Syria

CHICAGO - Congress is debating a possible military strike against the regime in Syria. Supporters say we have no choice but to punish Syria for a …

Nuevo estudio: los ilinoenses apenas pueden alimentar a sus familias

CHICAGO – La economía puede estar mejorando, pero una investigación reciente que realizó el Departamento de Agricultura no …


More than 17 Million American Households Struggle to Put Food on the Table

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The economy may be picking up, but when it comes to feeding their families, many Missourians are still treading water or …

New Study: Illinoisans Struggle to Feed their Families

CHICAGO - When it comes to making ends meet to feed Illinois families, a new study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has estimated that 13 …


Illinois Baby Boomers Say No to Nursing Homes

CHICAGO - Two years ago, the first Baby Boomer turned 65 and, according to AARP, Boomers will be reaching that milestone at a rate of 8,000 a day for …

Missourians Sweat Out Late Summer Heat Wave

ST. LOUIS – Heat advisories continue for the next few days because of a sweltering 100-degree late summer heat wave. That means staying …


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