Farmers’ Despair Pushes States to Act

BY: - December 9, 2019

On most days, therapist Becky Kopp-Dunham counsels farmers and other clients across 10 North Dakota towns from her home office on a crop and cattle farm in Morehead, Minnesota.  With a reliable internet connection and videoconferencing service, Kopp-Dunham can inform and treat patients in rural and remote places. “I’m a hands-on therapist, so I do […]

Another Shutdown Could Hurt the Homeless. But How Much?

BY: - February 13, 2019

The federal government could be heading for another partial shutdown, which could have a negative impact on the nation’s homeless population. It’s unclear whether President Donald Trump and Congress can reach an agreement before Friday. But another significant shutdown could mean a lapse in services for shelters, said Megan Hustings, interim director for the National […]