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PNS Daily Newscast - April 19, 2018 


A contentious Farm Bill heads to U.S. House for debate. Also on our rundown: gaps cited in protections for small-business employees and nonprofit volunteers; plus power out for much of Puerto Rico; and some warning signs, that increased youth activism may not correspond to voter turnout.

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DENVER - The U.S. House Agriculture Committee is expected today to hear a draft Farm Bill that would require millions of people currently caring for ...Read More
PHOENIX – Today is the final day to file your federal income tax return for 2017. And tax season opens a lot of opportunities for identity ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS — Operation Stop Scams kicks off in Indiana and across the nation today. The campaign is sponsored by AARP and features a month- ...Read More
BALTIMORE -- Untimely or unexpected sickness or injuries can occur at any time. Now, Maryland AARP, the state Attorney General's Office and the ...Read More
BOSTON – A bill to protect student-loan borrowers from deceptive loan-servicing companies has cleared the state Senate. Almost two-thirds of ...Read More
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – While retirement is a time for people to relax and unwind, recent studies show it's become more stressful for many because ...Read More
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The income-tax filing deadline is next week, and experts warn it's prime time for thieves looking to steal your identity ...Read More
CONCORD, N.H. — With the end of tax season approaching, officials are warning Granite Staters to be cautious of suspicious phone calls ...Read More
SEATTLE – A grant program is looking for project submissions to help make cities and towns in Washington state and nationwide friendlier to peop ...Read More
LOS ANGELES – Today, supporters of an initiative to reform the dialysis industry are filing more than 600,000 signatures with county officials ...Read More
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