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Gun-related injuries on the rise among Colorado children; Biden tells Morehouse graduates, that scenes in Gaza break his heart, too; Justice Dept. launches investigation into KY youth detention centers; MT marijuana revenue veto override fails as critics claim 'judicial overreach.'
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Parents press for online child safety reforms amid Congressional reform Massachusetts parents of children harmed by social media platforms are calling on Congress to advance the bipartisan "Kids Online Safety Act."The bill would require platforms to default to their most restrictive parental controls, creating a "duty of care" to protect children b…
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During Older Americans Month, experts share ways to stay healthy and fit Unintentional injuries are among the top ten leading causes of death for older adults, and during Older Americans Month, experts want to raise awareness about the importance of prevention as adults age. Holly Billie, a tribal injury advocate with the Centers for Disease Contro…
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Former US Army sergeant released from prison after Texas Gov. Abbott pardons him for 2020 fatal Black Lives Matter protest shooting; Ohio gears up for legal marijuana sales for adult use; Winnebago Tribe apprenticeships prepare students, build workforce; New FERC rule helps Virginia upgrade transmission infrastructure.…
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MA household debt grows as grocery prices remain at post-pandemic highs Massachusetts residents struggling to pay high food prices are acquiring a growing amount of debt to pay their bills, according to a new report.The Urban Institute found 60% of adults reported using credit cards to buy groceries but only 20% managed to pay the minimum monthly p…
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Evacuations underway after barge slammed into Pelican Island bridge in Galveston, causing oil spill; Regional program helps Chicago-area communities become 'EV Ready'; MI leaders mark progress in removing lead water lines; First Amendment rights to mass protest under attack in Mississippi and beyond.…
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Trump's defense will have Michael Cohen back on the stand today for cross-examination; Poll: Montana battleground voters are 'economic populists'; Empowering Cincinnati, a Bloomberg grant fuels climate and equity initiatives; Pick up a hammer? MN apprentices say, 'Why not?'
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MA lawmakers push Medicaid expansion to improve maternal mortality rates On the heels of Mother's Day, Massachusetts lawmakers are backing legislation to address the country's high rates of maternal mortality.The "Mamas First Act" would expand Medicaid coverage to include doula and midwife services, which are proved to reduce the rates of C-section…
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Protests at college campuses in the U.S. begin to fade as graduations are held, but support organizations continue to guide students; New data from Ohio State University researchers show nearly 1 in 5 older adults are not prepared for emergencies; a new study finds the flame retardants used in the seats of many cars emit toxic gases.…
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Louisiana teachers worry about state constitution changes. Ohio experts support a $15 minimum wage for 1 million people. An Illinois mother seeks passage of a medical aid-in-dying bill. And Mississippi advocates push for restored voting rights for people with felony convictions.
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US postal workers help out with the nation's largest one-day food drive. A union coalition in California advocates for worker rights amidst climate challenges. Livestock waste is polluting 'Pure Michigan' state image. And Virginia farm workers receive updated heat protection guidelines.
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UT among largest percentage declines in Medicaid, CHIP enrollment A new report from Georgetown University's Center for Children and Families showed Utah is one of the states to see the largest percentage declines in their child Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program population, with 25% fewer children enrolled than prior to the initiation…
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Ballot dropbox ban a barrier in SD primary; former President Donald Trump says jail threat won't stop him from violating gag order; EBT 'skimming' on the rise, more Ohioans turn to food banks; new maps show progress on NY lead service line replacement.
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Report examines impacts of 2024 anti-transgender legislation A staggering 93% of transgender teens live in a state that has enacted or proposed legislation that would restrict their rights, according to a new report from the Williams Institute at UCLA's School of Law. Utah was the first state this year to enact a bathroom ban, and that has led to s…
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Alabama faces battle at the ballot box; groups look to federal laws for protection; Israeli Cabinet votes to shut down Al Jazeera in the country; Florida among top states for children losing health coverage post-COVID; despite the increase, SD teacher salary one of the lowest in the country.
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Northeastern University students, staff condemn arrests, charges of antisemitism Students and faculty at Northeastern University are demanding their school issue a public apology for what they say are false charges of antisemitism during recent protests.School administrators cited the slurs as justification for police to dismantle a pro-Palestinian…
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National parks in UT benefit from BLM rules Conservation experts are applauding the Bureau of Land Management for releasing two new rules that recognize conservation as an essential part of public lands management and strengthen accountability for oil and gas operations across the West, including Utah. Beau Kiklis is the senior program manager of e…
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Jury hears Trump and Cohen Discussing Hush-Money Deal on secret recording; Nature-based solutions help solve Mississippi River Delta problems; Public lands groups cheer the expansion of two CA national monuments; 'Art Against the Odds' shines a light on artists in the WI justice system.
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Michigan lawmakers target predatory loan companies; NY jury hears tape of Trump and Cohen Discussing Hush-Money Deal; flood-impacted VT households rebuild for climate resilience; film documents environmental battle with Colorado oil, gas industry.
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Police and pro-Palestinian demonstrators clash in tense scene at UCLA encampment; PA groups monitoring soot pollution pleased by new EPA standards; NYS budget bolsters rural housing preservation programs; EPA's Solar for All Program aims to help Ohioans lower their energy bills, create jobs.
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Police and pro-Palestinian demonstrators clash in tense scene at UCLA encampment; PA groups monitoring soot pollution pleased by new EPA standards; NYS budget bolsters rural housing preservation programs; EPA's Solar for All Program aims to help Ohioans lower their energy bills, create jobs.
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Violence and arrests at campus protests across the nation; CA election worker turnover has soared in recent years; Pediatricians: Watch for the rise of eating disorders in young athletes; NV tribal stakeholders push for Bahsahwahbee National Monument.
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Report: Cost of living, government dysfunction rank as top issues for Utahns More than three in five Utahns believe the state is on the wrong track and their quality of life is worse today than it was five years ago.A new report by the Utah Foundation paints a bleak picture about how Utah residents feel about their home state. Data in the report fo…
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