PNS Daily Newscast - March 23, 2018 

McMaster out and Bolton in. Also on the Friday rundown: Students across the nation prepare for the March For Our Lives; some good news on the labor front; and folks in Montana take clean power into their own hands.

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New York, NY - The hundreds of protestors on Wall Street last week were there as part of the battle against HIV and AIDS, and organizers say ...Read More
$13 million in federal minority AIDS funding will not be coming to New York charities as expected this week. Instead, the money will be delayed until ...Read More
The debate over whether "intelligent design" belongs in public school science classes is coming to Idaho. Vic Walczak, a Pittsburgh attorney who won ...Read More
People around the country are detecting a literal "odor of discontent" about confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in Idaho. Plans for a CAFO ...Read More
"Real ID" has some real problems -- that's the message Idaho is getting ready to send to Congress. A legislative meeting scheduled today will cover ...Read More
Oregon has some of the highest prescription drug abuse rates in the nation. Today Oregon lawmakers will consider a proposal to track the use of all ...Read More
The wallets of working families in several states will be a tad thicker this week. Voters around the country voted to raise the minimum wage for the ...Read More
Winona, MN - Minnesota Catholic Bishops have issued an open letter about the recent workplace raids by federal officials here and in five other ...Read More
As several inches of snow fell across much of New Mexico earlier this week, Navajo elders slept outside at a blockade near the site of a proposed ...Read More
St. Paul, MN - A Minnesota faith-based advocacy group is calling on state officials to encourage tolerance for all beliefs. In a letter to the ...Read More
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