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PNS Daily Newscast - November 23, 2020 

The holiday forecast calls for fewer cars on the road for Thanksgiving; dealing with racial impact of cap and trade.

2020Talks - November 23, 2020 

Trump campaign is running out of legal options as more states certify. *2020Talks will not be released 11/26 & 11/27*

Archive: January 29, 2007

Good fences don't always make good neighbors in Montana. It's an issue the legislature is taking seriously, as sporting groups and counties ask for clarification about the rules for fences constructed by private individuals to keep the public out of public areas. Chris Marchion of the Montana Wildl ...Read More

This year, the Governor and lawmakers agree: keeping yourself healthy shouldn't break the bank. Senate Bill 001 would add Colorado to the ranks of states teaming up to buy prescription medicines in bulk. The idea has strong support in the General Assembly, and from Governor Bill Ritter. Clark Bout ...Read More

In an effort to convince Iowa lawmakers to create election reforms where people matter more and money matters less, former U.S. Congressman Berkley Bedell joins others at a rally today at the Iowa State Capitol. The purpose of the gathering is to raise public awareness of Clean Elections Campaign Re ...Read More

How much you pay for energy can affect the well-being of your kids. That's the finding of a new study by the Children's Defense Fund of Minnesota. CDF Research Director Andi Egbert says Minnesota has an Energy Assistance Program for low-income families, but it is underfunded. This means thousands of ...Read More

Congress will be at war over the Iraq war this week, in the continuing debate about whether to send a message to President Bush that his plan to dedicate more troops and money to the conflict is not the right move for success. The escalating costs, in terms of lives and dollars, have been the focu ...Read More

New Mexico is flush with cash from oil and gas, and a pair of bills introduced in the State Legislature would ensure that some of those revenues are used for land and wildlife preservation and clean energy development. Oscar Simpson, President of the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, supports the "L ...Read More

Advocates for people with disabilities will be listening closely when Governor Eliot Spitzer unveils his state budget this week. They say Spitzer could go a long way toward his goal of a patient-centered healthcare system if he would consider housing subsidies to help people move out of expensive nu ...Read More

Idaho is learning about several new crops to "plant" this year. Our state's abudance of farmland, wind, sun, geothermally-heated water and technological expertise can combine as the perfect recipe for success in the fast-growing area of clean energy production. A "Harvesting Clean Energy Conferenc ...Read More

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