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PNS Daily Newscast - January 18, 2018  


The clock is ticking on a stopgap budget bill. Also our our nationwide rundown: a tipping rule change could cost women billions of dollars; and the State of Ohio considers protections for "Revenge Porn" victims.

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Energy Policy

Opponents of a new coal plant near Farmington celebrated as the final buzzer sounded on the state's legislative session. The clock ran out on a ...Read More
It's been almost two decades since the voters of North Dakota created the "Resources Trust Fund," earmarking oil taxes for water and renewable energy ...Read More
Clean energy could fuel Oregon's next economic boom, according to some of the state's leading venture capitalists who are testifying before a Senate ...Read More
Some Ohio cities and towns are playing it "cool" these days by using energy conservation and alternative fuels to fight global warming. Sarah Topy ...Read More
It could be "back to the drawing board" for a major coal power plant in southeastern Wisconsin, after a new court ruling. The Oak Creek power plant ...Read More
Legislation to steer the nation towards energy independence is getting strong support in Minnesota. The Progress Act promotes conservation, vehicle ...Read More
New statistics about Colorado's high rate of homelessness show families with children face their predicament for two primary reasons: domestic violenc ...Read More
Wyoming's oil and gas value is well-known, but what will happen when it's gone? Congress takes a look into the future this week, in a series of ...Read More
Developers of a planned off-shore wind farm on Nantucket Sound have begun accepting public comments on the project. Cape Wind would be the first of ...Read More
It could be the next aerospace or computer industry…that’s what Northwest business leaders are saying about clean energy technology ...Read More
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