Fighting Opioid Abuse in Indian Country

The overdose death rate among Native Americans is three times the rate in the general population. As the opioid epidemic surges, many tribes are investing in treatment and specialized housing on the reservation. Read More

Incarcerated Youth

  • December 05, 2016
  • Stateline Story
  • By Marsha Mercer
The holiday season can be the toughest time of the year for incarcerated juveniles. In some places, officials are trying to make it a little brighter. 
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Environmental Health Laws

Pressured by industries that don’t want to deal with a wide array of state restrictions, Congress has stepped in to impose national standards on food labeling, chemical use and plastics in cosmetics. Read More
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The number of years that Alaska’s budget reserves have declined since peaking in fiscal year 2011.

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