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PNS Daily Newscast - Monday, Aug 21st, 2017 


Here are some of the stories we're covering today: big protest planned against President Trump today,a huge gathering in Maine on Sunday mourning the loss of three people killed during a white nationalist rally and it's eclipse day but a moon of a different sort caught the country's attention about twenty five years ago.

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There are nearly 800,000 DACA recipients across the country. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

SALEM, Ore. -- Undocumented immigrants living on the West Coast who were brought here as children are in Salem today to defend their legal status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Attorneys general from ten states plan to file a lawsuit against DACA on September 5, and the T

The FCC has proposed undoing regulations for internet service providers, a move some say could dismantle net-neutrality rules. (Maria Merkulova/Free Press)

PORTLAND, Ore. - Internet users are asking the Federal Communications Commission not to hit "undo" on net neutrality today, with a day of action to save the Internet. Even companies such as Facebook, Amazon and Google are getting in on the action, bringing awareness to the issue of a free and open

The Oregon Business Alliance for Climate supports pricing carbon emissions in the state. (greensefa/Flickr)

PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon businesses are partnering to fight climate change with a new organization called the Oregon Business Alliance for Climate. The alliance supports pricing policies for carbon emissions in Oregon. Its 27 founding members span industries from restaurants and real-estate c

The Oath Keepers, an armed militia group, has been active in Oregon for many years. (Shawn Records/Rural Organizing Project)

PORTLAND, Ore. – This week, an Oregon politician said state Republicans should consider militia groups for event security. A best-selling author and professor suggests looking at that statement from a historical perspective. Multnomah County GOP chair James Buchal told the Guardian newspaper

American citizens have said border patrol has asked them to give up their phone and social media passwords at the border. (Kritchanut/iStock)

PORTLAND, Ore. -- A bill to keep Americans' phone and social media passwords out of the hands of the border patrol will again be considered now that members of Congress are back in Washington, D.C. after a two-week recess. The Protecting Data at the Border Act, introduced by Sen. Ron Wyden of Oreg

An organizer says momentum for Saturday's march grew after the Women's March drew a large crowd in Pendleton. (Pat Hall Walters)

PENDLETON, Ore. – Marchers in cities big and small across the nation this Saturday say the evidence is clear: It's time to stand up for science. Although organizers of the March for Science are trying to steer the marches away from politics, many in the scientific community are concerned abo

The Women's March drew about 300 protesters to Port Orford in January. (Tim Palmer)

PORT ORFORD, Ore. -- Oregonians will join protesters across the nation on Saturday in a Tax March, calling on President Trump to release his tax returns. The marches and rallies will also highlight Trump's proposed budget; an outline of how Americans' tax dollars could be spent in 2018. Among the

Over the next decade, 24 million people could lose their health coverage under the GOP's plan, according to a Congressional Budget Office report. (PeopleImages/iStock)

PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Republican Party's health care bill is moving through Congress, but opposition from organizations and even from inside the party itself is growing. AARP has come out against the American Health Care Act as well, saying it will hurt many Americans in a variety of ways. Jerry C

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