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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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A man who was wrongly convicted of killing his wife is sharing his story in Montana this week. Prosecutors in Alabama wanted the death penalty for George White, and he spent four years in prison before being exonerated. Now, he’s traveling the country to talk about how the death penalty, whic ...Read More

Over 260,000 kids across Colorado depend on programs like Medicaid and S-CHIP for health coverage. The "All Healthy Children Act" currently before Congress would expand eligibility for both. Tara Trujillo with the Colorado Children’s Campaign says the programs currently provide critical serv ...Read More

Congress is considering expanding and blending the existing children’s health insurance programs to ensure all kids have quality health coverage. The "All Healthy Children Act" is getting high marks from child advocacy groups who say it fill the gap between low and moderate income children g ...Read More

Planting rain gardens has caught on in rural areas of Iowa in recent years, and now folks in town are being encouraged to plant the same. Inger Lamb with Prairie Rivers of Iowa Resource Conservation and Development says rain gardens are low-maintenance, and they play a role in catching runoff that ...Read More

Making sure all American kids are healthy is the goal of proposed legislation just introduced in Congress. The "All Healthy Children Act" would help meet the health care needs of the 50,000 children in Iowa without health care coverage. It’s one of several proposals to extend health care to ch ...Read More

Legislation designed to meet the growing use of food shelves in Minnesota is heading for a vote at the state legislature. Its author is Rep. John Benson. "I discovered shortly after coming to the legislature, that they had not been providing any support for food shelves, in spite of the fact that ...Read More

Children in Nevada, and especially those on Indian reservations, are among the hardest hit in the ongoing slide in healthcare coverage. A new report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation finds that Native Americans are seeing the most drastic rise in the numbers of uninsured. National Indian Hea ...Read More

Kris Roberts of Keene is a state representative, a retired Marine lieutenant colonel, and a survivor of childhood sex abuse. Today he joins Gov. Lynch and Attorney General Kelly Ayotte to raise awareness of the crime committed against him when he was a child, and other sexual violence and abuse. Ro ...Read More

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