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PNS Daily News - January 16, 2017 


Today’s rundown highlights several stories including: a celebration of Dr. King’s messages of economic-justice, service and civic action; faith communities speak out against torture; and a famed circus is closing its curtains after more than a century.

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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Advocates in Minnesota say more work will be done in 2017 to make sure women's voices are being heard. Last fall, Barbara ...Read More
HARTFORD, Conn. – A new study shows that Connecticut uses only 30 percent of its Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds for basic ...Read More
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Low-wage workers in Kansas City and across the country are staging protests in opposition to President-elect Donald Trump's ...Read More
OLYMPIA, Wash. – Bills have been introduced in both the Washington state House and Senate to give new parents and those who are sick or caring ...Read More
DENVER – More Colorado families who qualify for food stamps, the program known federally as SNAP, are getting assistance. That's according to ...Read More
PHOENIX -- The new legislative session will begin on Monday, and advocates for people age 50 and older are laying out their priorities for 2017 - and ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – As state lawmakers get back to work, advocates for seniors say they should put more focus on the needs of the aging population ...Read More
NEW YORK - As 2016 draws to a close, one organization has issued a set of New Year's resolutions calling on mothers everywhere to preserve advances ...Read More
SEATTLE – It's sometimes unclear how much goes over kids' heads and how much they're absorbing. But according to research from the University ...Read More
BOISE, Idaho – Idaho students and former students heading into the new year are strapped with debt, and despite political rhetoric on the topic ...Read More
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