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PNS Daily Newscast - May 22, 2019 


An internal IRS memo is reported to contradict the administration’s stand on refusing to supply Trump’s tax returns. Also, on our Wednesday rundown: Missouri’s Governor prepares to sign a restrictive abortion bill. And guess which state is agitating for an end to annoying robocalls?

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Archive: May 17, 2007

No more worrying about government condemning private property in Montana and handing it over to big busines. Gov. Schweitzer is signing an eminent domain law today that closes loopholes that may have allowed private property to be handed over to companies. Republican Sen. Dave Lewis backed the bill ...Read More

Friday is "Endangered Species Day," a day to celebrate success stories like the bald eagle, which has gone from a population of less than 500 pairs in the late 1960s to almost 10,000 today. The Endangered Species Act was first signed into law by President Nixon in 1973, and Brian Hires with the Cen ...Read More

Massachusetts needs tougher punishment for violent youth. At least that's the opinion of the Justice Department, which says youth and gangs are to blame for the nationwide rise in violence, up for the second year in a row. It's calling on Congress to pass laws allowing stronger prosecution of you ...Read More

The FBI says the number of violent crimes is up for the second year in a row, and a U.S. Department of Justice report blames kids and gangs. They're calling for tougher punishments in juvenile cases to lower the crime rate. David Ruffin with the Children's Defense Fund says that only treats the pro ...Read More

Individually, raindrops seem harmless, but when they come in a torrent, they can wash away tons of topsoil. The recent heavy rains in southwest Iowa carved huge ruts in farm fields and caused an average loss of seven tons of topsoil per acre. Iowa State University researchers have developed a porta ...Read More

Friday is "Endangered Species Day," a day to celebrate "wildly" successful recoveries like the bald eagle, which has gone from less than 500 pairs in the late 1960s to almost 10,000 today. The Endangered Species Act was first signed into law by President Nixon in 1973, and Kent Salazar with the New ...Read More

Oregon's going condo, and that has lawmakers looking to protect tenants. Thanks to hot housing markets across the state, apartment owners are converting their buildings to condominiums at an historic rate -- up 400 percent in some areas. Current law requires tenants be given 120 days to move, but a ...Read More

The immigration debate is usually political and economical, although Tennesseans gathering today hope it also becomes a religious discussion. Vanderbilt University divinity student Emily Snyder says all sacred texts address the "stranger among us," and urge acceptance of anyone seeking refuge. She ...Read More

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