Washington bill aims to help prevent suicides Auburn Reporter The new law would extend suicide risk assessment, management and treatment training requirements to doctors and nurses working in primary care settings. It also calls for Washington's Department of Health to develop a state plan to reduce lives lost to suicide across age groups.
Report: S.D. Indian casino revenues up 14% in 2012 Associated Press South Dakota's Native American-owned casinos had among the fastest revenue growth nationwide in 2012, according to a report that also found spending nationally at tribal casinos slowed that year.
Vermont: A haven for indie-pols Democrats and Republicans have an overwhelming grip on most U.S. legislatures. Of the 535 voting members of the U.S. Congress, just two—Maine Senator Angus King and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders (pictured)—are independents and zero identify primarily with a third party.