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PNS Daily Newscast - June 19, 2019 


President Trump kicks off his reelection campaign. Also on today's rundown: A Maryland clergyman testifies in Congress on reparations for slavery; and how a reinstated travel ban will affect cultural crossovers between the U.S. and Cuba.

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Archive: April 16, 2007

Foreclosure rates are soaring in Colorado, and some experts point to unfair housing practices and predatory loans that violate federal fair housing law. April is "Fair Housing Month" and a number of agencies and non-profits are trying to educate Coloradoans about their rights through a Fair Housin ...Read More

Many folks will be mailing in last-minute income tax returns today, and at several post offices around the state, members of the group Iowans for Sensible Priorities will be on hand to let taxpayers know just where their money is going. Spokesman Dave Stone says it may be a surprise to many Iowans. ...Read More

New state health figures out this morning show a 5 percent hike in reported HIV cases over the past year. Lorraine Teel with the Minnesota AIDS Project says that translates to just over 300 people. Although it's a modest increase, and that's good news, she believes we can do better. "More people a ...Read More

If you've been avoiding the library because you forgot to return a book, or built up some fines, this is your lucky week. Libraries across the state are celebrating "National Library Week." In many areas, this includes a week-long "amnesty period," where Nevadans can wipe out back fines for overdu ...Read More

Although the calendar says its springtime, the problem of homelessness in New Hampshire doesn't end with the winter. That's one of the messages being delivered Tuesday at a forum in Dover. Organizers say more and more local people are unable to find housing, or if they do find it, they pay an unr ...Read More

Thousands of kids across New Mexico depend on programs like Medicaid and S-CHIP for health coverage. The "All Healthy Children Act" currently before Congress would expand eligibility for both. Children's Defense Fund president Marian Wright Edelman says it would be a big help. "There are over nin ...Read More

Ohio food banks are seeing rising demand and shrinking supply, forcing some to ration the amounts of food they give out. Lisa Hamler-Fugitt with the Ohio Association of Second Harvest Foodbanks says stagnant wages, job cutbacks, mortgage foreclosures, and high gas and utility costs are forcing mor ...Read More

Oregon drivers could find their insurance policy doesn't provide the protection they paid for if an accident involves and injures a family member. Insurance companies say the "family exclusion" law is needed to prevent inflated damage claims, but critics say it can keep crash victims from getting t ...Read More

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