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PNS Daily Newscast - February 26, 2020 


Seven Democrats debate in South Carolina. And helping kelp forests off the West coast.

2020Talks - February 26, 2020 


Candidates took the stage in Charleston, South Carolina, ahead of Saturday's South Carolina primaries, but also ahead of next week's Super Tuesday. Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg took some hits, but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, the national frontrunner, was the main target.

Archive: February 16, 2007

South Dakota community leaders, all of whom have ties to cancer, come together to conduct the South Dakota Symphony this weekend at the annual "Battle of the Batons" in Sioux Falls, an event to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Mike Huether, executive vice president of Premier Bankcard, ...Read More

A new statewide campaign is underway to voice Iowans' opposition to President George Bush's plan to escalate the war in Iraq. A newly formed Iowa coalition announced its intentions this morning at the State Capitol, to join the national group Americans Against Escalation in Iraq. The Iowa continge ...Read More

Washington did it, California did it, even Montana and Idaho have done it. And now, the Senate Judiciary Committee is considering a bill that would close the loopholes in Oregon's smokefree workplace law. The current state law exempts bars, restaurants with bars, and bowling alleys -- many of whic ...Read More

Mt. Hood may get some important new federal wilderness protection this year. Although they hail from different political parties, Oregon Senators Ron Wyden, a Democrat, and Gordon Smith, a Republican, have joined forces to introduce the "Lewis and Clark Mount Hood Wilderness Act." It would permane ...Read More

Imagine having to come up with an extra $12,000 a month to pay for a child's medication. That's what one family told North Dakota lawmakers it is costing for their child's intravenous infusions. The Director of Family Voice of North Dakota, Donene Feist, says their case is only one example of the ...Read More

The Wyoming House spending revolt may be a bit too "revolting" for some, especially in light of a state budget surplus. The sudden move by the Wyoming House of Representatives to cancel all new spending will be reviewed after a tally of its potential impact on programs, projects and investments. A ...Read More

Wyomingites with money have found a way to get around the state's campaign finance laws, according to a new analysis from the Equality State Policy Center. Dan Neal with the Center says at least one person donated more than $11,000 to a candidate in Natrona County by creating a Political Action Com ...Read More

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