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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 across 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: October 30, 2008

Denver, CO - Amendment 46 could have side effects that are bad for Colorado's health, some say. A major consumer health advocacy group in the state has announced its opposition to the ballot measure, which would ban consideration of race, gender or ethnicity in public employment, education and contr ...Read More

Chicago, IL – Bring back the funding Illinois children need to thrive. That's the message from foster care advocates and providers who are urging Governor Blagojevich to sign legislation restoring funds cut from the budget. Those cuts have reduced staff at the Department of Children and Family ...Read More

State College, PA - He's strolling through Pennsylvania on a life-long walk for wilderness. Famed troubadour and wilderness advocate Walkin' Jim Stoltz will be in State College this Saturday to share songs and stories written during the decades he has spent walking more than 27,000 miles through the ...Read More

Phoenix, AZ - Supporters of an Arizona ballot initiative contend its intent is to prohibit government from dictating health care choices, but opponents call it an attempt to forestall any kind of universal health care. Furthermore, they say, it would forever enshrine "medical freedom of choice" in t ...Read More

Lander, WY – Questions about water, roads, air quality and subdivisions will be on the menu tonight as candidates in Fremont County are grilled. Those running for Fremont County Commission and state legislative positions have volunteered to be in the hot seat to answer questions from the publi ...Read More

Seattle, WA - This week's earthquakes in Pakistan and rebel attacks in the Democratic Republic of Congo have one thing in common: an immediate need for humanitarian aid. Seattle-based Mercy Corps has teams in both places. In the quake area, where thousands are now homeless, it has set up a medical ...Read More

Washington, D.C. – Youthful Virginia workers are more educated today than a generation ago, but that isn't translating into better pay. According to an analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data, after adjusting for inflation, "Generation Y" is making less money at work than its counterparts did 30 y ...Read More

Sacramento, CA - Sacramento, CA – A wolf in "green" sheep's clothing? Some environmentalists think so. They're warning voters to look twice at Proposition 7 on Tuesday, because what they see isn't what they'll get. Proposition 7 aims to boost the state's clean power by requiring California ut ...Read More

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