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PNS Daily Newscast - September 26, 2018 


Trump takes the gloves off versus Kavanaugh accusers. Also on the Wednesday rundown: rural areas reap benefits from Medicaid expansion; a two-generation approach to helping young Louisiana parents; and a new documentary on the impact of climate change in North Carolina.

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Archive: December 5, 2006

Watertown, SD - A proposed coal-fired South Dakota power plant faces a big hurdle in neighboring Minnesota today, as plans for a power line across the border come before the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. Environmental and scientific groups say the Commission should reject the plan, because ...Read More

New York, NY - Young couples in New York are struggling to get started and raise families, and a new report cites the increased cost of childcare as one reason having children has become the Number One predictor of bankruptcy. Tamara Draut, with the policy research organization Demos, sees it as pro ...Read More

Boise, ID - Senior and consumer groups are trying to find out why thousands of Idaho seniors are missing out on medication that could cost as little as $2 through Medicare's "Part D" coverage. Lists of the "missing" have been sent to county clerks statewide, and Peggy Munson with AARP Idaho says her ...Read More

Cheyenne, WY - Tear 'em down and move 'em out? Older schools around the state are being bulldozed to make way for new facilities, and some say the result isn't pleasing. Mary Humstone with the University of Wyoming American Studies Program thinks "new" isn't always better when it comes to architect ...Read More

St. Paul, MN - An incoming state lawmaker says a top item on his agenda is to give Minnesota vehicle-buyers more rights. Senator-elect Ron Latz says he wants to strengthen the state's "Lemon Law" for used car purchases. "It would give Minnesota consumers the right to return used cars that they pur ...Read More

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