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PNS Daily Newscast - April 9, 2021 


Pro-democracy groups in West Virginia urging support for the "For the People Act;" the debate rages on over Michigan's proposed trans sports ban.


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A House bill pushing states on permit-to-purchase handgun laws aims to cut gun violence; HUD Secretary announces nearly $5B in rental assistance; and record numbers of asylum seekers turned back from U.S. are seeking sanctuary in Mexico.

Archive: December 10, 2007

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Glenville, WV - A Gilmer County landowner is battling some "powerful" trouble. Wes Smith of Glenville is embroiled in a legal dispute with Allegheny Power over a line running through his property. The same company is proposing a major power transmission line for West Virginia, and Smith's view is th ...Read More

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Ottawa, OH – If patience is a virtue, Ohio farmers are plenty virtuous, as they continue to hold off planting until the U.S. Senate acts on the Farm Bill. Roger Crossgrove, executive director of the Ohio Farmers Union, hopes the Senate takes quick action, because farmers in the state need to k ...Read More

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Chippewa Falls, WI – It has been a long time coming, but there's now a deal to start debate by the full U.S. Senate on the Farm Bill. That has some Wisconsin farmers breathing a sigh of relief. Sue Beitlich, president of the Wisconsin Farmers Union, says farmers are making planting and financi ...Read More

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Denver, CO – Taking some extra precautions around the house this season could prevent a holiday tragedy. Peggy Hofstra with Energy Outreach Colorado says this time of year people are taking extra measures to heat their homes, but they should be taking extra precautions, too. "Your furnace or ...Read More

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Vermillion, SD – Where do federal dollars go when they end up in South Dakota? A study released by the University of South Dakota's Business Research Bureau shows more federal funding coming into the state than going out, and the funds are being used to help a wide range of the state's needies ...Read More

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Des Moines, IA - Iowa's renewable fuels industry got some good news and some bad news from Congress last week. The U.S. House passed the energy bill Thursday, but the Senate declined to vote on it. Iowa's ethanol and biodiesel producers had been pushing for passage of the bill, supporting new requi ...Read More

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Bismarck, ND - It's stop-and-go for North Dakota farmers, environmentalists and the public as major energy legislation creeps through Congress. The House of Representatives passed the "Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007" last Thursday, but the Senate has so far declined to bring it up for ...Read More

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Boston, MA – With hunger on the rise in the state, food banks are keeping their fingers crossed, hoping for a big jump in holiday donations. The latest census figures show 450,000 people in the Bay State lack adequate food, and proportionately, children have the highest need. Catherine D'Ama ...Read More

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