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11/15/2022 - Real Estate Dips | Care Provider Wants More Support | New Pre-K Programs

The state's Real Estate Commission says the housing market is taking a dip. And the number of realtors in the state may soon follow that trend.

Then, the tax credit for crisis pregnancy centers could be increasing. But we talk to one healthcare provider who says she's not getting vital resources to help expecting mothers.

Plus, the State Board of Education approves new Pre-K programs.

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