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PNS Weekend Update - July 30, 2016 


We’re featuring stories from around the nation including: the Feds investigating a computer hack of the Clinton campaign; a prison policy on Hepatitis C deemed cruel and unusual; and DNA uncovers an unknown truth about wolves in the United States.

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Welfare Reform

DENVER – Presidential candidates from both major parties have talked a lot about helping the middle class, but have skipped over one of the ...Read More
BISMARCK, N.D. -- As the Republican National Convention winds down and the Democrats prepare for theirs, North Dakota advocacy groups are pushing for ...Read More
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Nutrition advocates say Minnesota could be doing more to help low-income families feed their children when they're not in ...Read More
DENVER – Food stamps are now worth double for fresh fruits and vegetables at more than 30 farmers markets and other outlets in Colorado ...Read More
ST. PAUL, Minn. – The last of Minnesota's summer farmers markets will be opening this month, and anti-hunger advocates say the state's Market ...Read More
PIERRE, S.D. – A new report shows that 32 percent of inmates in federal prisons and 40 percent of people in jails have at least one disability ...Read More
DENVER -- Giving low-income families a little more money to spend on food would lead to healthier meals and free up funds for other necessities such a ...Read More
PIERRE, S. D. – When it comes to children's well-being, South Dakota is doing better than most other states, but researchers say there's still ...Read More
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – About a third of all children in Illinois don't know where their next meal is coming from, and a new report says very few ...Read More
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Olympia, WA - A report released today (Monday) outlines some of the roadblocks Washington state faces for funding long-term care for its growing ...Read More
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