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U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids said she thinks access to abortion is actively endangered in Kansas. She's trying to pass a federal law protecting the right to an abortion.
Several groups are investigating manipulation of the electric and natural gas markets during the Texas blackout. But the rules are different for different kinds of energy.
El fiscal general de Estados Unidos, Merrick Garland, dijo el lunes que el Departamento de Justicia protegerá a las personas que intentan obtener o llevar a cabo abortos en Texas, a raíz de la nueva ley de aborto restrictiva del estado.
Texas Refused To Expand Medicaid Coverage To More Poor Adults. Groups Ask Congress To Do It Instead.Hundreds of organizations are asking Congress to extend Medicaid in the current budget reconciliation bill being negotiated in Washington.
The state's high court ruled the state's criminal registry rules aren't punitive and that they can be imposed even in crimes committed before the statutes demanding life-long check-ins were imposed.
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I’m Hannes Zacharias from Lenexa for High Plains Public Radio, Radio Reader’s Book Club. The book is “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” by Mark Twain, the book from which “all modern American literature comes…” said Ernest Hemingway.The story is compelling, but I flow to the setting. The Mississippi river. The river of the 1850’s with its expanding steamboat traffic and flotilla of canoes, boats, rafts and all other manner of watercraft.
Hi. I’m Valerie a radio reader from Topeka and I wanted to share my thoughts about our second book which is part of this fall’s Radio Readers theme of “Rivers: Meandering Meanings”, the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.I’ve read Twain’s novels Tom Sawyer and the Prince and the Pauper in middle school and his short story the “Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” when I lived in California several years ago. I remember liking Twain quite a bit, but I’d never read Huckleberry Finn.
With fall hunting seasons quickly approaching, I thought it would be fun to visit this week about scouting and learning land that you are not familiar with.
I’ve loved Mozart since I was a teenager when that fabulous movie, Amadeus, came out. I’m not sure about its historically accuracy, but that film sure went a long way toward inspiring me to appreciate classical music.
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