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WASHINGTON—Americans today are more optimistic about the state of their own finances and the economy than they have been in years, but at the same time only about half report feeling financially secure, according to a survey conducted by The Pew Charitable Trusts. Read More
After a successful election season in 2014, VIP is looking for ways to further improve the quantity and quality of data it provides through its voting information look up tools: the Voting Information Tool; iOS and Android Apps, and a short messaging service, or SMS. Working in collaboration with the states to standardize, process, and certify official election data, such as polling place and... Read More
McDonald’s USA announced March 4, 2015, that within two years it would purchase only chicken raised without medically important antibiotics. This news is a sign that major fast food restaurants are recognizing that limiting antibiotic use in food animal production is good for business and good for public health. Read More
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