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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: December 5, 2007

Seattle, WA – Who doesn't love spending an afternoon at Seattle's famous Pike Place Market? But behind the scenes, the fish-throwers, flower vendors and artists there have problems similar to many Washington small businesses –- they can't afford health insurance. A survey of more than 10 ...Read More

Des Moines, IA - The most practical and long-lasting gift you can give this holiday season won't be found under the tree. The Iowa Chapter of the American Cancer Society suggests you give yourself and your family the gift of health. State Vice President Gretchen Tegeler says they have a list of ste ...Read More

Pierre, SD – Citing slow economic growth in his annual budget message this week, Governor Mike Rounds recommended limiting state employee pay raises to 2.5 percent next year which is down from the normal 3 percent increase. That's disappointing news to the group representing those workers. Sou ...Read More

Concord, NH – The future of New Hampshire's abundant apple crop may depend on what happens in Washington D.C. today. A U.S. Senate committee will take up the Lieberman-Warner bill, which would reduce greenhouse gas emissions up to 70 percent by 2050. Michael Goo, the legislative director at th ...Read More

Clark, WY – Congress has recently started scrutinizing oil and gas industry exemptions from federal laws designed to protect people from exposure to toxic substances, and a Wyomingite recently attended the Heartland Presidential Forum in Iowa, where she got a chance to ask presidential candida ...Read More

Minneapolis, MN – When it rains, it pours. A new study links the increasing number of extreme rainstorms in Minnesota and nationwide with warming earth temperatures. Monique Sullivan with Environment America says the study finds a scientific link between temperature increases and the weather. ...Read More

Albany, NY - Supporters and family members of first responders to the World Trade Center attacks are furious about the city medical examiner's refusal to certify a policeman's death certificate as being 9/11-related because he died a day after the attack. The controversy has prompted new legislatio ...Read More

San Francisco, CA - With the California primary now just two months away, community college students and faculty members hold a rally today in support of Proposition 92. The initiative would lower student fees from $20 to $15 per unit and establish a separate budget for the state's two-year schools, ...Read More

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