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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

A new state energy plan will be voted on by an interim committee that puts clean energy development, like wind power, at the top of the priority list ...Read More
While Iraq was a big part of President Bush's State of the Union address, he also tackled domestic issues like energy and health. The President ...Read More
While Iraq played a big role in President Bush's State of the Union address, he also tackled domestic issues including energy and health care ...Read More
President Bush is expected to address energy security, global warming and renewable fuels in his "State of the Union" speech this evening. Kurt ...Read More
Keeping warm has nearly become a full-time job in Colorado this winter, and local charities are coming together to make sure facilities that bring ...Read More
Governor Pawlenty is calling for Minnesota to become a world leader in renewable energy. In his "State of the State" speech Wednesday, he called for ...Read More
Congress this week will vote on a plan to cut more than $10 billion in tax breaks to oil companies and pipeline the money into developing renewable so ...Read More
Fossil fuels are considered a leading cause of global warming, and that has some questioning why the U.S. government gives the oil industry billions ...Read More
Minnesota's mild winter so far is keeping home energy bills down, but there are ways to lower them even more, according to Keith Butcher with the ...Read More
The Christmas bills are just showing up, and now many Wyomingites have to juggle those pay-offs with unexpected increases in their electricity bills ...Read More
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