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    PNS Daily News - November 26, 20150 

    Our Thanksgiving Day news features topics from around the globe including: the president tries to ease concerns of a holiday threat; there’s a reason to be especially thankful for the turkey on the table today; and the world set to make another record for the hottest year.

Public News Service - New Hampshire

New Hampshire fishing guide Ron Sowa gives some fishing tips to Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H. Today he is among those crediting the lawmaker for her vote this month that blocked Senate Bill 1104, which would have blocked protection of small rivers and streams. Courtesy: E. Orff.

CONCORD, N.H. - Plenty of Granite Staters make a living in the wildlife recreation industry, and some say a vote earlier this month on the Clean Water Act is worthy of Thanksgiving gratitude. Ron Sowa, a licensed New Hampshire fishing guide, said his business depends on clean water. A 2011 study fr...Read More

Public News Service - NH

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-NH, is the first Republican to break with GOP leadership and support the pollution-reduction goals of the Clean Power Plan. Courtesy: Office of Sen. Ayotte.

NASHUA, N.H. - Sen. Kelly Ayotte is getting praise today from conservationists and people who make their living fishing and hunting for her decision to break with the Republican Party on the Clean Power Plan. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., called the greenhouse-gas reduction plan "r...Read More

Public News Service - NH

The movement got its start in Massachusetts and now the Million Student March arrives in the Granite State. Students are demanding tuition-free public college, cancellation of student debt and $15-an-hour pay for college workers. Credit: E. Civitarese

KEENE, N.H. - College students in the Granite State plan to be part of the Million Student March today to call attention to the tens of thousands of dollars in debt many are burdened with to complete their higher education. Jessica L'Homme Dieu is one of the students organizing the march at Keene ...Read More

Public News Service - NH

Activists with the Governing Under the Influence campaign greeted GOP candidate Donald Trump at the State House Tuesday. Courtesy: A. Alpert/American Friends Service Committee

CONCORD, N.H. – They greeted Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Martin O'Malley on day one – and today they will be back to send a message to Marco Rubio and other presidential candidates about the Governing Under the Influence (GUI) campaign. Activists will be at the State ...Read More

Public News Service - NH

AARP is launching a new website that will detail where the presidential contenders stand on updating Social Security. Credit: DSw4/Wikipedia Commons.

CONCORD, N.H. – Social Security has received little attention so far in the national debates, but as voters size up the presidential candidates, advocates in this first-in-the-nation primary state say the topic needs much more focus. Todd Fahey, state director with AARP New Hampshire, says th...Read More

Public News Service - NH

Samantha Ames, second from right, says a measure to be introduced in New Hampshire next session follows a national trend of GOP lawmakers turning thumbs-down on gay-conversion therapy. Courtesy: National Center for Lesbian Rights

CONCORD, N.H. - The stage is set for the Granite State to tackle a hot topic next legislative session: so-called gay conversion therapy. A Republican lawmaker has announced plans to file a measure that would ban conversion therapy for minors in New Hampshire. Staff attorney Samantha Ames with the ...Read More

Public News Service - NH

He was played by Leonardo DiCaprio in the movies, and now "Catch Me If You Can" scammer turned identity-theft expert Frank Abagnale says Granite Staters need to be careful about check writing and debit card use. Courtesy: J Bulen/AARP NH

LEBANON, N.H. - Frank Abagnale, FBI identity theft expert and former scammer portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie "Catch Me If You Can," and now an AARP Fraud Watch Network Ambassador. A world-renowned former scammer turned identity-theft expert has some tips for Granite Staters on the best...Read More

Public News Service - NH

As the U.S. Senate prepares to debate the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act, members of the New England Farmers Union say transparent labeling is in the best interest of both farmers and consumers. Courtesy: NEFU.

CONCORD, N.H. – It already passed the U.S. House, but there is no stopping the debate over whether the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act really does inform New England consumers about GMO food. Kate Snyder, director of membership and programs with the New England Farmers Union, says it's ha...Read More

Public News Service - NH

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