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Trump case expected to head to the jury today; IN food banks concerned about draft Farm Bill; NH parents, educators urge veto of anti-LGBTQ+ bills; Study shows a precipitous drop in migratory fish populations, in US and worldwide.

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Actor Robert DeNiro joins Capitol Police officers to protest against Donald Trump at his New York hush money trial as both sides make closing arguments. And the Democratic Party moves to make sure President Biden will be on the ballot in Ohio.

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Smokey Bear thought only "you" could prevent forest fires, but decomposing mushrooms may also help, a Native American community in Oregon is achieving healthcare sovereignty, and Colorado farmers hope fast-maturing, drought-tolerant seeds will better handle climate change.

Veronica Carter

Veronica was born in Santa Cruz, California and worked in radio around the northern part of the state until 2005 when she moved to the Midwest. In Chicago, she worked as an anchor and reporter at CBS Radio, WGN, and Rivet Radio before joining Public News Service. She has two boys and a girl and two dogs who think they are children too!


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