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Data on bullying and breakfasts show schools still have a lot to do to help students.
The latest data includes four years of income, insurance and job losses.
Appellate judges rule only the Council on Affordable Housing can force municipalities to give their local funds to the state.
Colorado shootings more evidence for the need to ban assault weapons nationwide.
Cancer rates are lower in urban counties, while higher rates in southern counties blamed on smoking
Housing advocate and municipalities try to prevent the state from taking their funds.
After spending vetoes, governor calls for a special legislative session on tax cuts.
Officials announce new study, but history says nothing will come of it.
Reform group seeks an end to ‘lifetime’ alimony, changes to guidelines
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