PNS Daily News - September 17, 2019 

Gas prices could jump today in response to the Saudi oil attack; energy efficiency jobs are booming in the U.S.; and a national call to promote election security.

2020Talks - September 17, 2019. (3 min.)  

Former Rep. John Delaney on the opioids crisis; a field organizer for Sen. Kamala Harris on campaigning in Iowa; and a President Donald Trump supporter who cares more about numbers than personalities.

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More bugs, more flooding, and more forest fires. Those are part of the long list of changes in Montana over the past 40 years or so that are being attributed to global warming, and will be discussed at the statehouse today. Before the hearing, former Billings mayor Chuck Tooley will show photos do ...Read More

Natural disasters, terrorist attacks or even this winter's severe weather-public safety officials across the state say Coloradans need to be prepared. The "READYColorado" campaign wants residents to make sure they have the tools to survive in the event of a disaster. Director of Safety Services for ...Read More

The American Heart Association says obesity is a major health threat for children and new data from the state department of health is raising new concerns in South Dakota. Darrin Smith with the AHA in South Dakota says one-third of South Dakota children are obese or at risk of becoming obese and a ...Read More

Currently, Iowa has a patchwork of rules and regulations governing livestock confinement operations. The House Environmental Protection Committee has approved a bill that would overhaul and strengthen the current regulations. The bill's sponsor, Representative Mark Kuhn, says if passed, it would ...Read More

Legislation to steer the nation towards energy independence is getting strong support in Minnesota. The Progress Act promotes conservation, vehicle efficiency, alternative fuels and better technology. Half of Minnesota's House members back it, including Tim Walz of Rochester. "What this legislatio ...Read More

Children are the future and today that future is letting New Mexico lawmakers know it's time to make some environmental changes. Fifteen kids from across the state are at the Capitol showing legislators their award-winning essays and posters on global climate change. Eva Thaddeus of the Sierra Club ...Read More

The Oregon House has voted to stop the so-called "revolving door" and prevent legislators from immediately becoming lobbyists when their terms end. Representative Diane Rosenbaum says the bill draws a clear line. "It's extremely important to restore integrity to the Oregon legislature that we mak ...Read More

Emergency care now, and no need to wait for a second opinion. That's a local view of reports of poor care for veterans at Walter Reed Army Hospital and reports of a system-wide breakdown. Vietnam veteran and peace activist Clinton Pettus with the American Friends Service Committee Middle Atlanta Re ...Read More

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