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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.



This week, in the United States, dissident Republicans succeeded again in defeating more established candidates within their party. Seven states and the nation's capital held primary elections on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections.



There were more victories for supporters of the Tea Party movement. This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservatives and libertarians -- strong believers in individual liberty.



The name comes from the Boston Tea Party, a colonial tax protest in seventeen seventy-three.



This week, attention centered on the victory of a supporter in the small eastern state of Delaware.



CHRISTINE O'DONNELL: "Don't ever underestimate the power of We, the People!"



Christine O'Donnell won the Republican nomination for the Senate seat formerly held by Vice President Joe Biden. Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin supported her. But many people never expected Ms. O’Donnell to defeat Representative Mike Castle. Now, many say she is too conservative to appeal to Democrats and independent voters.



Public opinion surveys show that voters are angry at Congress -- and unhappy even with their own member of Congress.



Candidates supported by Tea Party activists won primaries earlier this year in Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky, Nevada and Utah. But the biggest test yet will come when they face Democrats on November second.



Voters will decide all seats in the House of Representatives and thirty-seven of the one hundred seats in the Senate. Republicans are fighting to retake Congress from the Democratic Party of President Obama and make gains in state elections.



Peter Brown at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut finds that about one in eight voters support the Tea Party movement. He says the big question is whether the activists will be as successful in getting people to vote in November as in the Republican primaries.



Also this week, the Census Bureau reported that the nation's official poverty rate was fourteen and three-tenths percent last year. It rose by just over a full percentage point from two thousand eight.



Almost forty-four million people were in poverty, the third year of increase. The number included one in five children.



The poverty rate was the highest since nineteen ninety-four. But the number of people was the largest since estimates began in 1959.



One-fourth of blacks and Hispanics were in poverty. So were twelve and a half percent of Asians and almost nine and a half percent of non-Hispanic whites.



A family of four that earned less than about twenty-two thousand dollars last year was considered to be living below the poverty line.



Also, the number of people with health insurance decreased last year -- the first drop since records began in 1987. Almost seventeen percent of the population lacked coverage.



People can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part-time work. The health care law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost every Americans insured in the coming years.



And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is in the news in VOA Special English.


This week in the United States, desident Republicans succeed again in defeating more establish candidates within their party. Seven states and nation's capital held primary elections on Tuesday, to choose candidates for the November elections.


There were more victors for supporters of the Tea Party Movement. This moverment centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservatives and libertarians, strong believers in individual liberty. The name comes from the Boston Tea Party, a colonal tax protest in 1773.


This week, attention centered on victor of supporter in small eastern state of Delarwell.


Don't ever underestimate the power of we, the people.


Chrisition Dono, one of Republican nomination for the Senate seat, formly held by vice president Jone Bardon. Former Alaska governor Seron Pelun supported her. But many people never expected Mizio Dono to defeat representative Mike Canson. Now, many say she is too conservative to appeal Democrats and independent motors. Public opinion survey show that voters are anger at congress, and unhappy even with their own member of congress.


Candidates supported by Tea Party activists, one primaries early this year in Colorado.



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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

This week in the United States, defidence republicans succeed again in difiting candidates within their party. Seven state and nations capital held primary election on Tuesday to choose the candidates for the November elections.

There were more victory for supporters of Tea Party Movement. This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservitives and libertirians, strong believers in individual liberity. The name from the Boston Tea Party, a Cloniya test protest in 1773.

This week attention centered on the victory of a supporter in the small eastern state of dalover.

"Never underestimate the power of we the people."

Cristin Odanou won the republican nomination for the Senate set formerly helped by vice presidential viten. Former Alaska governor Sara Pelan supported her. But many people never except Mazou Danou to defit representative Mical Csao. Many say she is too consertive to apill to democrats and indipendence voters.

Public conpanan Serve show that voters are anger at Congress and unhappy even with their own member of Congress. Candidates supported by Tea Party Activity won primaries earlier this year Calolado, Canadicate, Kentaki, Nawada and Unta. But the biggest test yet will come when they face democrats on November 2nd.

Voters will decide all sets in the House of Representatives and thirty-seven of the one hundred sets in the Senate. Republicans are fighting to retake Congress from the Democratic party of the president Obama and make gains in state elections.

Peter Brown at PI quit University finds that about one in eight voters support the Tea Party Movement. He say the big question is whether the activists will be as successful in getting people to vote November as in Republican primaries.

Also this week the censis birou reported that the nation official poverty rate was forty and three-tenth percent last year. It raws by just over a four percentage point from 2008. Almost forty-four million people in poverty. The third year of increase. The number include one in five children. The poverty rate was highest since 1994. But the number of the people was the largest since the estimated began in 1959.

One-forth of Blacks and Hisapainics were in poverty. So were twenty and half percent of Asians and almost nine and half percent of non-hispanic Whites. A family of four that earned less than twenty-four thousand dollars last year was considered to be living below the poverty line. So the people with health insurance deceased last year. First drop since records began in 1987.

Over seventy percent of the population lack coverazhi. People can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part time jobs. The health care law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost every American insured in the coming years.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.
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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

This week in the United States, dissident republicans succeeded again in defeating more established candidates within their party. Seven states and the nation's capital held primary elections on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections. There were more victories for supporters of the Tea Party Movement. This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservatives and libertarians, strong believers in individual liberty. The name comes from the Boston Tea Party, a colonial tax protest in 1773. This week, attention centered on the victory of a supporter in the small eastern state of D.

Don't ever underestimate the power of we, the people!

Christin Madonna wanted the republican nomination for the senate seat formally held by vice president Joe B.. Former Alaska governor A. supported her, but many people never expected Madonna to defeat representative MikeC.. Now many say she is too conservative to appeal to democrats and independent motors.

Public Companion survey showed that voters are angry at Congress and unhappy even with their own members of Congress. Candidates supported by Tea Party activitists won primaries earlier this year in Colorado, Connecticut, K., N. and Y. But the biggest task yet will come when they face democrats on November 22nd. Voters will decide all seats in the House Representatives and thirty-seven of the one hundred seats in the Senate. Republicans are fighting to retake Congress from the democratic party of President Obama and make gains in state elections.

Peter Brown at E.University at Connecticut finds that about one in eight voters support the Tea Party Movement. He says the big question is whether the activitists will be acting successfully in getting people to vote in November as in the republican primaries.

Also this week, the Census Bureau reported that the nation's official poverty rates raise fourteen and three-tenth percent last year. It rose by just over a full percentage point from 2008. Almost 44 million people were in poverty, the third year of increase. The number included one in five children. The poverty rate was the highest since 1994, but the number of people was the largest since estimates began in 1959. One fourth of Blacks and Hispanics were in poverty, so were twelve and a half percent of Asians and almost nine and a half percent of non-Hispanic whites. A family of four that earned less than about 22,000 dollars last year was considered to be living below the poverty line. Also the number of people with health insurance decreased last year, first drop since records began in 1997. Almost 17% of the population lacked coverage. People can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part-time work. The healthcare law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost all Americans insured in the coming years.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is in the news in VOA Special English .

This week in the United States Decent Republicans succeed again in defeating more establish candidates within their party.Seven states and the nation's capital held primary elections on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections .

There were more victories for supporters of the Tea Party Movement.  This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending.It brings together conservatives and libertarians strong believes in individual liberty.The name comes from the Boston Tea Party,a colonial tax protest in 1773.

This week attention centered on the victory of a supporter in the small eastern state of Delarwell.

"Don't ever underestimate the power of we ,the people."

Chrystie Odono won the Republican nomination for the senate seat formally held by vice president Joe Biden.Former Alaska governor Sarah Pelling supported her.But many people never expected Ms.Odono to defeat representive Mike Cansole.Now many say she is too conservative to appeal democrats and independent voters.

Public opinion survey showed that voters are angry at congress and unhappy even with own member of congress.Candidates supported by Tea Party activists won primaries ealier this year in Colorado .But the biggest test yet will come when they face democrats on November 2nd.Voters will decide all seats in the  House representives and 37 of the 100 seats in the senate.

Republicans are fighting to retake congress from the Democratic Party of President Obama and make games in state elections.Peter Brown at C Aircue University finds that about one in eight voters support the Tea Party Movement.He says the big question is whether the actists will be successful in getting people to vote in November as in the republican primaries.

Also the week the * Bureau reported that the nation's official poverty rate was 14 and three tens percent last year.It grows by just over a four percentage point from 2008.Almost 44 million people were in poverty .The third year of increase.The number included one in five children .The poverty rate was the highest since 1994.But the number of people was the largest since estimates began in 1959.

One fourth of blacks  and his *  was in poverty.So were twelve and a half percent of Asian and almost nine and a half percent of none ***.A family of four that earned less than about 22,000 dollars last year was considered to be living below the poverty life.Also the number of people with health insurance decreased last year.The first job since records began in 1987.Almost 17% of the population lacked coverage.

People can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part time work.The health care law passed by congress in March  aims to get almost every  American insured in the coming years.

And that's in the news in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is in the news in VOA special English.
This week, in the United States Descendents(should be a person's name?) Republicans succeeded again in defeating more established candidates within their party.
Seven states and nations cappital have primary elections on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections. There were more victories for supporters of the T party movement. These movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservatives and libertarians, strong believers in individual liberty.
The name comes from the Boston T party, a colonial tax protest in seventeen seventy three. This week, attention centers on the voictory of the supporter in the small eastern state of Delaware.
Don't ever underestimate the power of we, poor people.  
Kristy Madono won the Republian nomination for the senate seat formerly have by vice president Joan Bedon. Former Alaska governer Siro Pelon supported her. But, many people never expected Mrs. Madono to defeat representative Matt Kaso.
Now, many say she is too conservative to appeal to Democrats and independed voters. Public opinion survey show the voters are angry at congress and unhappy even with their own member of congress.
Candidates supported by T party acted with won primaries earlier this year in Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky, Nevada and Utah. But the biggest test yet will come when they face Democrats on November second.
Voters will decide all seats in the House representatives and thirty seven of the one hundred seats in the senate. Republicans are  fighting to retake congress from the Democrats party of president Obama and make gains in states elections.
Peter Buron at Kanity university in Connecticut finds that about one in eight of voters support the T party movement. He says the big question is whether the acted with or be as successful in getting people to vote in November as in the Republian primaries.
Also this week, the sciences bureau reported that the nations official poverty rates was fourteen and three tenth percent last year. It rose by just over a four percentage point from two thousand eight.
Almost forty four million people were in poverty, the third year an increase. The number included one in five children. The poverty rate was the highest since nineteen ninety four. But the number of people was the largest since estimate began in nineteen fifty nine. One four the blacks and hispanics were in poverty.
So were twelve and a half percent of the Asians and almost nine and a half percent of the non-hispanic whites. A family of four that earn less than about twenty two thousand dollars last year was considered to be living below the poverty line.
Also the number of people with health insurance increased last year. The first drop since recourse began in nineteen eighty seven. Almost seventeen percent of the population lack(let) coverage.
People can loose insurance when they loose their jobs or change to part-time work. The health care law passed by congress in March aims to get almost every American insured in the coming years.
And that's in the news in VOA special English. I'm Steve Ember.

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this week in united states different republicants succeeded again in the sitting more astablish candidates within their party .seven states and nations capicatal held primary elections on turseday to choice candidates for the novenble elections.there were more victories for supporters of the team party movement. this movement settles on cutting tax and goverment spending . it brings together consivetives and libeteries from believers in the individual liberity. the lady cames from the bosten team party.clonio test protest in 1773. this week , attention settled on the victory of supporter in the small easten state of delivid. ever underestimate the power of we , the people stino dono  won the republic atomination for the seventy seat formerly held by the wise president john bike.former alask governo sarry pallon supported her. but many people never expectied dono to defeat representive might cancle .many say he is too concervitive to appeal to demicrades and independent moties.  public oppinions show that models are angry and congress and unhappy even with their own menber of congress .
candidate supported by team party activities one primories earlier this year  in calavalo ,canaticate ,contactied ,nobalta and utou.the biggest test yet will come when they face damicrables on novenble second. motals will decide all seats in the house of representatives and 37 of the 100 seats in the cenite.republicants are fighting to retake congress from the demicratical party of the president obama and may gain in state in state elections.
peter brown at printney university canaticate signs that about one in eight volters support the team party movement .he says the biggest questions is whether they activated or been unsucceesful in getting people devolt in novenble as in the republicant primory.
also this week the sensis reported that the nation's show coverty weight were forteen and three tempers percents last year, get rouse by just over a for percentage point form 2008.almost 44 million people were in puperty, a third year of increase .the number include one in five children .the property rate were the highest since 1994. but the number of people was the largest since moves began in 1959.one forth of blacks and hespenics in poverty. so 12 in the half of aceints and almost nine in the half percent of none hespenic whites.  a family of four that earn the last of about 22 thousand dollars last year seem to living below the poperty line.
also the number of people with health insurence increase last year. the fitst drop seem records began since 1997. almost 17 percent of the population lack coverage. people can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part-time work .health care law past by congress in seem to almost every american insured in the coming year .
and that in the news in voa special english .

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This is In The News in VOA Special English.
This week in the United States, decident Republicans succeed again in defeating more established candidates within their party. Seven states and the nation's capital held primary elections on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections. There were more victories for supporters of the Tea Party movement. This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spendings. It brings together conservatives and libertarians, strong belivers in individual liberties.
The name comes from the Boston Tea Party, a colonial tax protest in 1772. This week, attentions centered on the victory of the supporters in the small estern state of /.
Don't ever underestimate the power of we, the people.
Christie L won the Republican nomination for the Senate seat formerly held by vice-president Joe Biden. Former Alaska Sarah Palin supported her but many people never expected L to defeat representative R.C. Now, many say she is too conservative to appeal to Democrats and independent voters. Public opinion survey showed that voters are angry at Congress and unhappy even with their own members of Congress. Candidates supported by Tea Party activists won priamaries earlier this year in Kalarado, Connecticut, Kentury, Nevada and Utah but the biggest test yet will come when they face Democrats on November 2nd.
Voters will decide all seats in the House of Representatives and 37 of the 100 seats in Senate. Republicans are fighting to re-take from the Democratic Party of President Obama and make gains in state elections.
Peter Brown at University in Connecticut finds that about one in eight voters supprot the Tea Party movement. He says the big question is whether the activists will be as successful in getting people to vote in November as in the Republican primaries.
Also this week, the Census Bureau reported that the nation's official poverty rate was fourteen and three tenths percent last year. It rose by just over a full percentage point from 2008. Almost 44 million people were in poverty, the third year of increase. The number included one in five children. The poverty rate is the highest since 1994 but the number of people was the largest since estimate began in 1959. One forth of blacks and Hispanics were in poverty, so were 12.5 percent of Asians and almost 9.5 percent non-Hispanic whites. A family that earned less than about $22,000 last year was considered living below the poverty line. Also the number of people with health insurance decreased last year, the first drop since record began in 1997. Almost 17 percent of the population lacked coverage. People can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part-time work.
The healthcare law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost every American insured in the coming years.
And that's In The News in VOA Special English.

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This is in the news in VOA special english.
This week in united states different republicantors succeeded again in the sitting more established candidates within their party .Seven states and nations capicatal held primary elections on Tuesday to choice candidates for the novenble elections.There were more victories for supporters of the team party movement.
This movement settles on cutting tax and goverment spending . It brings together conservaties and libeteries from believers in the individual liberty. the lady cames from the bosten team party.clonio test protest in 1773.
This week , attention settled on the victory of supporter in the small easten state of delivid. ever underestimate the power of we , the people //  won the republic atomination for the seventy seat formerly held by the wise president John Bike.former ask governo sarry pallon supported her. But many people never expectied dono to defeat representive might cancle .
Many say he is too concervitive to appeal to demicradates and independent moties.  Public oppinions show that models are angry and congress and unhappy even with their own menber of congress .
Candidate supported by team party activities one primories earlier this year  in calavalo ,canaticate ,contactied ,nobalta and //.The biggest test yet will come when they face damicrables on novenble second. Motals will decide all seats in the house of representatives and 37 of the 100 seats in the cenite.republicants are fighting to retake congress from the demicratical party of the president obama and may gain in state in state elections.
Peter Brown at printney university canaticate signs that about one in eight volters support the team party movement .He says the biggest questions is whether they actervated or been unsucceesful in getting people devolt in novelble as in the republicant primary.
Also this week the // reported that the nation's show coverty weight were forteen and three tempers percents last year, get rouse by just over a for percentage point form 2008.Almost 44 million people were in puperty, a third year of increase .the number include one in five children .The property rate were the highest since 1994. But the number of people was the largest since moves began in 1959.one forth of blacks and hespenics in poverty. so 12 in the half of aceints and almost nine in the half percent of none hespenic whites.  A family of four that earn the last of about 22 thousand dollars last year seem to living below the poperty line.
Also the number of people with health insurence increase last year. the fitst drop seem records began since 1997, almost 17 percent of the population lack coverage. people can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part-time work .health care law past by congress in seem to almost every american insured in the coming year .
and that'S in the news in VOA special english .I'm Steve Ember.


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This is in the news in VOA special English.This week in United States,dissident republicans succeeded again in defeating more established candidates within their party.7 states and national capital held primary election on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections.There were more victories for supporters of the tea party movement.This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending.It brings together conservatives and libertarians strong believers in individual liberty.The name comes from the Boston tea party,a colonial tax protest in 1773.This week,attention centered on the victory of supporter in the small eastern state of *.Don't ever underestimate the power of we,the people.
** wanted the publican nomination for the senate seat formally held by vice president **.Former Alaska governor ** supported her.But many people never expected ** to defeat representative **.Now,many say she is too conservative to appear to democrat independent voters.Public opinion survey show that voters are angry at congress and unhappy even with their own members of congress.Candidates supported by tea party activists one primary earlier this year in Colorado,*,Kentucky,* and *.The biggest tax yet will come when they face democrats on November 2nd.Voters will decide all seats in the house of representatives and 37 of 100 seats in the senate.Republicans are fighting to retake congress from democrats party of president Obama and make gains in state elections. Peter * at ** University at C* finds that about 1 in 8 voters support the tea party movement.He says the big question is whether the activists will be successful in getting people to vote in November as in public primaries.Also this week,the Census Bureau reported that the nations official poverty rate was 14 and 3 tenth % last year.It rose by just over a full percentage point from 2008.Almost 44 million people were in poverty and the third year of increase.The number included 1 in 5 children.The poverty rate was the highest since 1994.But the number of people was the largest since the estimate began in 1959.One fourth of blacks and * were in poverty.So were 12 and half percent of Asians and almost 9 and a half percent of non spanish white.A family of four that earn less than about 22,000 dollar last year was considered to be living below the poverty line.Also the number of people with health insurance decreased last year.The first drop since record began in 1987.Almost 17% of the population lack coverage.People can loss insurance when they loss their jobs or change to part-time work.The health care law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost every American insured in the coming years.That's in the news in VOA special English.I'm Steven Ember.

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This is in the news in VOA Special English. This week in the United States, decedent republicants succeeded again in defeating more established candidates within their party. Seven states and nation's capital held primary elections on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections. Thers were more victories for supporters of the T party movement. This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservatives and labortarials strong the labors in individual liberty. The name comes from Bosten T party a colonal tax protest in 1993. This week attention centered on the victory of supporter in the small eastern state of Delaware.
Don't ever underestimate the power of we the people.
SD own the repubulican nomination for the Senat seat formally held by vice president Joe Bayten. Former Alasca governor SP supported her. But many people never expected MD to defead representitive MC. Now many say she is too consevertive to appeal to democrates and independent motors. Publich opinion survey show that voters are angry at Congress and unhappy even with their own memember of Congress. Candidates supported by T party activities own primaries earlier this year in Colorado, Conneticat, Kentucky, Nevada and Utah. But the bigest test yet will come when they face democrates on November 2nd. Votors will decide all seats in the House of Representitives and 37 of 100 seats in the Senat. Republicans are fighting to retake Congress from the democratic party of president Obama and make gains in state of elections. Peter Brown at [] University in conneticat finds that about one in eight voters support the T party movement. He says the big question is whether the activists will be as succeesful in getting people to vote in November as in the republic in primary's.
Also this week, the census [] reported that the nation's official property ways was [1430%] last year. It rolls by just over of full percentage point from 2008. Almost 44m people were in property the third year of increase. The number included one in five children. The property rate was the highest since 1994. But the number of the people was the largest since estimate began 1959. One in fourth of blacks and hispanics were in powerty. So were 12.5% of Asians and almost 9.5% of nonhispanic whites. A family of four that earned lease than about 22,000 dollars last year was consided to be living below the property line. Also the number of people with health insurance decreaseed last year. The first drop since recordes began in 1987. Almost 17% of the population lacked coverage. People can loose insurance when they loose their jobs or change to part time work. The health care law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost every American insured in the coming year.
And that's in the news in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is In The News in VOA special English. This week, in the United States, dissident Republicans succeeded again in defeating more established candidates within their party. Seven states and the nation’s capital held primary elections on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections.
There were more victories for supporters of the Tea Party Movement. This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservatives and  libertarians-- strong believers in individual liberty.
The name comes from the Boston Tea Party, a colonial tax protest in 1773.This week, attention centered on the victory of a supporter in the small eastern state of Delaware. “Don’t ever underestimate the power of We, the people.”
Christine O’Donnell won the Republican nomination for the Senate seat formerly held by Vice President Joe Biden. Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin supported her. But many people never expected Ms. O’Donnell to defeat Representative Mike Castle. Now, many say she is too conservative to appeal to Democrats and independent voters.
Publican opinion surveys show that the voters are angry at Congress and unhappy even with their own member of Congress.
Candidates supported by Tea Party activists one primaries earlier this year in Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky, Nevada and Utah. But the biggest test yet will come when they face Democrats on November 2.
Voters will decide all seats in the House of Representatives and 37 of the 100 seats in the Senate. Republicans are fighting to retake Congress form the Democratic Party of President Obama and make gains in state elections.
Peter Brown at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut finds that about one in eight voters support the Tea Party Movement. He says the big question is whether the activists will be as successful in getting people to vote in November as in the Republican primaries.
Also this week, the Census Bureau reported that the nation’s official poverty rate was 14.3 % last year. It rose by just over a full percentage point from 2008.
Almost 44 million people were in poverty, the third year of increase. The number included one in five children. The poverty rate was the highest since 1994. But the number of the people was the largest since estimates began in 1959.
1/4 of blacks and Hispanics were in poverty. So were 12.5% of Asians and almost 9.5% of non-Hispanic whites.
A family of four that earned less than 22000 dollars last year was considered to be living below the poverty line. Also, the number of people with health insurance decreased last year--the first drop since records began in 1987. Almost 17% of the population lacked coverage.
People can lose insurance when they lose their jobs or change to part-time work. The health care law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost every American insured in the coming years. And that’s In The News in VOA special English, I’m Steve Ember.

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A family four that earn less than about 22 thausand dollars last year was consider to be leaving below the poverty line. Also the number of people with health insurence decreaced last year.  
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And that's in the news in VOA Special English, I'm Steve Ember.



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[Home work] 2010-9-18
This is in the news in VOA special English.
This week in the United States, dissident republicans succeeded again in defeating more established candidates within their party. Seven states and national capital held primary election on Tuesday to choose candidates for the November elections. There were more victories for supporters of the tea party movement. This movement centers on cutting taxes and government spending. It brings together conservatives and libertarians strong believers in individual liberty. The name comes from the Boston tea party, a colonial tax protest in seventeen-seventy three. This week, attention centered on the victory of supporter in the small eastern state of Delaware. “Don't ever underestimate the power of we, the people.”
Christina Dunno wanted the publican nomination for the senate seat formally held by vice president Joe Biden. Former Alaska governor ** supported her. But many people never expected Mis Dunno to defeat representative **.       Now,many say she is too conservative to appeal to democrat and independent voters. Public opinion survey show that voters are angry at congress and unhappy even with their own members of congress. Candidates supported by tea party activists one primary earlier this year in Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky, Nevada and Utah. The biggest tax yet will come when they face democrats on November the second. Voters will decide all seats in the house of representatives and thirty-seven of one hundred seats in the senate. Republicans are fighting to retake congress from democrats party of president Obama and make gains in state elections. Peter Brown at Kunity University in Connecticut finds that about one in eight voters support the tea party movement. He says the big question is whether the activists will be successful in getting people to vote in November as in public primaries. Also this week, the Census Bureau reported that the nations official poverty rate was fourteen and three tenth percent last year. It rose by just over a full percentage point from two thousand eight. Almost forty four million people were in poverty and the third year of increase. The number included one in five children. The poverty rate was the highest since 1994.But the number of people was the largest since the estimate began in 1959.One fourth of blacks and hispanics were in poverty. So were twelve and half percent of Asians and almost nine and a half percent of non-hispanic *.A family of four that earn less than about 22,000 dollar last year was considered to be living below the poverty line. Also the number of people with health insurance decreased last year. The first drop since record began in 1987. Almost seventeen percent of the population lack coverage. People can loss insurance when they loss their jobs or change to part-time work. The health care law passed by Congress in March aims to get almost every American insured in the coming years.
That's in the news in VOA special English. I'm Steven Ember.
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