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PNS Daily Newscast - March 30, 2017 


Featured on today’s rundown; LGBTQ Americans excluded from the 2020 Census; we take a look at how Trump’s energy policies could hurt the sector’s biggest jobs creator; plus how overturning online privacy rules may especially impact immigrants.

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Civic Engagement

Washington is breaking the law when it comes to registering voters, but it may be doing better than most other states. A new report on how states ...Read More
The state is breakin' the law. A new report from federal Election Assistance Commission shows California and most other states are not following the ...Read More
A new report from the federal Election Assistance Commission shows Tennessee registers more voters at public assistance offices than any other state ...Read More
Albuquerque, NM - Dozens of grassroots organizations and activists are hitting the road today on a "People's Freedom Caravan" across the Southern U.S. ...Read More
Vancouver, WA - In Washington, less than one-third of voters under age 30 cast ballots in the last major election compared to 59 percent of people ...Read More
Goffstown, NH - Two nights of debates, 18 candidates, and the first primary in the nation. Add springtime in New Hampshire, and what do you get? ...Read More
Congress appears ready to give President Bush the money he wants for the Iraq war, but a growing number of Iowa's religious leaders are hoping to ...Read More
It's "Law Week" in Tennessee, a time dedicated to demystifying the legal process and educating people about the role of the court system in a ...Read More
New York, NY - New Yorker's mailboxes could be looking a little empty later this year. The junk mail will still be there, but niche magazines about ...Read More
The TV screen could go dim for public access channels under a proposed cable TV law. Supporters say the law would bring more competition and lower ...Read More
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