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(ENVIRONMENT) Idaho Public-Private Partnership Attracts Funding Attention

A new Idaho public-private partnership between the state, Idaho-based universities, several private companies and other partners creates an Energy Efficiency Research Institute. The Institute will focus on the science, policy and implementation of energy efficiency, utilizing expertise in engineer...

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(WORKFORCE) Ohio Uses Recovery Funds for Green Jobs Training Program

(Deadline: July 30) Ohio implements a $6 million job training program to prepare its workforce for jobs in the new advanced energy sector.  Energizing Careers will contribute to workforce development by using Recovery Act (PL 111-5) funds to reimburse companies for up to $6,000 in training ex...

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(CRIME) States Can Apply to Develop Justice Information Sharing Systems

(Deadline: July 7) The Nat'l Governors Association's Center for Best Practices seeks applications from states to participate in its Policy Academy on Interagency Standardization of Justice Information Sharing. Up to five state teams of senior-level state policymakers will be competitively selected...

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(WORKFORCE) Connecticut Starts Business Innovation Grants Program

Connecticut starts a new funding effort to help the state's small businesses develop, produce and commercialize new products. The Connecticut Small Business Innovation and Diversification Program will provide $250,000 for strategic grants to manufacturers seeking to innovate and diversity their op...

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(STATES) Ohio Can't Use of $230M in Tobacco Settlement Funds

A state judge rules that Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland (D) can't raid a $230 million smoking cessation fund and use it to promote the state's economic development. Judge David Fais, of the Franklin County, Ohio, Court of Common Pleas, issued a permanent injunction on the diversion of funds, created by t...

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(HEALTHCARE) Grant Opportunities for Care of High Blood Pressure and Angina

Deadline: Nov. 21.The New York State Attorney General, on behalf of the Attorneys General of all fifty states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, seeks applications from nonprofit organizations and public agencies working to address the health care needs of consumers with hypertension, ch...

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(NOVEMBER DEADLINE) Fund Focuses on Appalachia (TN, KY, VA, WV)

(Deadline: Nov. 14) The Appalachian Community Fund funds community organizing and social change in the central region of Appalachia (East Tennessee, Eastern Kentucky, Southwest Virginia and all of West Virginia). Grants are given to community-based organizations that address underlying causes of t...

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(NOVEMBER DEADLINE) Delta Focuses on Cancer Prevention (IN, MI, OH)

(Deadline: Nov. 14) The Delta Dental Foundation starts the application process for its 2008 Thomas P. Moore II Memorial Grant. Up to $25,000 will be awarded to a program or project that focuses on oral cancer education or research. Oral cancer education or research programs in IN, MI or OH are enc...

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State Budget Troubles Worsen; 13 States Face New $$$ Shortfalls

Thirteen states teetering on the brink of fiscal calamity are now facing new budget shortfalls of at least $4.4 billion as the economy sours and revenues continue to fall short of expectations, says a new budget analysis. Just weeks after more than half of the states closed shortfalls in their stat...

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