PNS Daily News - September 29, 2016 

In focus on our nationwide rundown; former rivals Sanders and Clinton team up on college debt; a new poll shows cancer research is a priority for voters; and while body fat played a major role in the first presidential debate—we have a report on progress in battling obesity.

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HERSHEY, Pa. – More than 75 percent of Pennsylvania voters favor a significant increase in federal spending on cancer research, according to a ...Read More
HARRISBURG, Pa. – States challenging the president's Clean Power Plan claim it would raise electricity prices and cost jobs, but two separate ...Read More
PITTSBURGH - October is National Solar Tour month, and in Pittsburgh, the public is invited to tour homes and businesses that have gone solar ...Read More
PITTSBURGH - Nine environmental and health organizations are urging the quick finalization of an air pollution permit that would significantly reduce ...Read More
HARRISBURG, Pa. - Making five Pennsylvania counties a top priority could help put the state back on track to meet its clean-water goals. The Clean ...Read More
BRISTOL, Pa. – The public comment period on the PennEast Pipeline Draft Environmental Impact Statement closed Monday, and one environmental ...Read More
PHILADELPHIA — At a hearing on Tuesday, the state Supreme Court will consider whether courts can determine if the General Assembly is ...Read More
PHILADELPHIA – A group of attorneys first drawn to help victims of 9/11 has taken on another cause to help prevent a tragedy that claims lives e ...Read More
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