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PNS Daily Newscast - February 23, 2018 


As the NRA doubles down on good guys with guns the Broward County Sheriff admits an armed deputy did not engage with the Parkland school shooter; also on our nationwide rundown; workers in Ohio and the nation will spend part of their weekend defending the American Dream; and a study says the Lone Star State is distorting Texas history lessons.

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Archive: January 24, 2007

While Iraq was a big part of President Bush's State of the Union address, he also tackled domestic issues like energy and health. The President called for a 20 percent cut in the amount of gasoline used in the U.S., with ethanol and other bio-fuels making up the difference. Dave Rinebolt with Ohi ...Read More

While Iraq played a big role in President Bush's State of the Union address, he also tackled domestic issues including energy and health care. The President called for a 20 percent cut in gasoline consumption nationwide, with ethanol and other bio-fuels making up the difference. Kurt Zwally with t ...Read More

As President Bush was delivering his State of the Union speech last evening, reaction was coming in to Governor Pawlenty’s $34 billion budget proposal. Eliot Seide is with AFSCME Council 5, which represents 43,000 Minnesota workers. He worries that while it includes money set aside for a possi ...Read More

President Bush's State of the Union unsettled many New York health care experts who say his plan to take money away from hospitals and put it back into state programs for the uninsured is a "risky shell game." Joy Gould, Health Care Project Director for Citizen Action of New York, says Bush's plan w ...Read More

President Bush's State of the Union Address last night met with a thud for most health care experts in Nevada. Caroline Ford, Assistant Dean for the University of Nevada's School of Medicine, said Bush's plan to tax those with good health insurance doesn't work in a state where so many residents are ...Read More

President Bush has presented his ideas to help more families in New Hampshire - and across the country - get health care coverage. It includes tax deductions and new taxes at the same time, shifting insurance coverage at work to the "taxable income" category. Jay Ward with the State Employees' Assoc ...Read More

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