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PNS Daily Newscast - Friday, August 23, 2019 


A federal court ruling changes how the President is elected, and Florida Democrats trigger a special session vote on guns. Those stories and more in today's news.

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Archive: January 31, 2007

The Des Moines Metropolitan area is the fastest growing region of the state and Dallas county one of the fasting growing in the country. Community leaders, city planners and citizens will get a chance to see a "Smart Growth Audit" released by researchers at the University of Iowa Extension to see h ...Read More

It's 'Peace and Justice Day' at the state legislature, but discussion may be far from peaceful as lawmakers consider an impeachment resolution for both President Bush and Vice President Cheney. Activists will also ask lawmakers to start testing returning soldiers for depleted uranium exposure and p ...Read More

President Bush plans to use New York as the backdrop for a major speech on the economy today, and he is expected to get a harsh critique during his visit. The speech will bring the president close to Ground Zero and highlight his administration's track record over the past five years in responding ...Read More

Oregon has some of the highest prescription drug abuse rates in the nation. Today Oregon lawmakers will consider a proposal to track the use of all controlled prescription drugs. But some civil liberties advocates say a new proposal to combat the problem is a Trojan Horse. The bill would create a d ...Read More

At any given time, 20,000 people in Washington are living on the streets. This week, the governor announced a $10 million state grant to fight homelessness, but that's only about one-third of what is necessary. Tomorrow housing advocates converge on the Legislature for "Housing and Homelessness Adv ...Read More

In his State of the State address, Governor Doyle laid out his top priorities for the year, and children's issues topped the list. He made a big push for his Badger Care Plus plan, which would expand Medicaid coverage to more children and families. Charity Eleson with the Wisconsin Council on Chil ...Read More

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