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PNS Daily Newscast - September 20, 2019 


A whistleblower complaint against President Trump sets off tug-of-war between Congress and the White House; and students around the world strike today to demand action on climate change.

2020Talks - September 20, 2019. (3 min.)  


Climate change is a big issue this election season, and global climate strikes kick off, while UAW labor strikes continue.

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Archive: April 12, 2007

Same-day voter registration proved popular last fall, but that's not stopping attempts to kill it. The law is credited with bringing thousands more to the polls, and a Senate committee has voted down the latest try to do away with it, but that may not be the final decision. Jeanne-Marie Souvigney wi ...Read More

Coloradoans across the state will rally to ‘step up’ climate change awareness this Saturday. In the Denver area, dozens of congregations will join together for a rally called “People of Faith Step It Up.” The Reverend Peter Sawtell with Eco-Justice Ministries says dealing wi ...Read More

Farmers markets have continued to grow in popularity across the state, and for good reason Mike Heavrin with the Center for Rural Affairs says they're good for consumers' physical health, and good for the state's financial health. And he wants communities to know the federal government will be hand ...Read More

It looks like the first step in tackling climate change in Nevada will require taking a statewide inventory. Clark County Sen. Dina Titus offered an amendment to the greenhouse gas control measure in the state Senate Wednesday that requires the Silver State to determine where the gases that contribu ...Read More

Former Presidential candidate John Kerry will be in New Mexico this Saturday urging Congress and regular citizens to “Step It Up” when it comes to acting against climate change. Over a dozen rallies and events are planned across the state for the first National Day of Climate Action. Eva ...Read More

Are you a New York worker who can be fired simply for making too much money? 3,400 sales people who worked for a major electronics chain (Circuit City) got pink slips late last month because the company decided to cut costs. Now, a measure in Congress would make it easier for those workers to form ...Read More

Health coverage is expected to be a hot topic in a House budget hearing today at the State Capitol, with a number of uninsured Ohioans gathering to share their stories with lawmakers. Col Owens with the Ohio Family Coverage Coalition says there are over a million uninsured adults in Ohio, and that ...Read More

Corporate takeovers usually make the top story for business news, but Tennesseans gathering this week are scrutinizing what they see as another kind of corporate takeover –- the takeover of government. They see a link between government rules and decisions and big campaign donations. Author ...Read More

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