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PNS Daily Newscast - May 23, 2018 


The Mueller probe lands another cooperating witness. Also on the rundown: The GAO gives a green light for CHIP cuts; and hurricane experts say – don’t let down guard down.

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Archive: June 26, 2007

It's not just an eyesore and a bad smell. Diesel exhaust is harmful to your health, and a new bill aims to make your morning and afternoon commute healthier by filtering dirty vehicles. A State House hearing Monday was the first step for new legislation that would filter diesel vehicles, aiming ...Read More

The Bush administration's Medicare Part D drug plan has faced a rocky road over its 18-month life span, and many people have faced prescription nightmares, including one New Yorker whose story is on its way to Congress. A 56-year-old New Yorker named Elaine has diabetes, asthma, and needs supplemen ...Read More

For low-income populations and people of color in Oregon, the military can look like the way out of poverty. But advocates say the military is unfairly targeting those populations, and they're adding their voice to those calling for an end to the Iraq War. Francisco Espericueta with the student ac ...Read More

Farmers are among the hardest hit by high fuel costs, but there's a new solution -- they can grow and process their own fuel. A public biodiesel demonstration Thursday at the McKenzie County Fair will show farmers how to make the best use of homemade fuels. Farmer and rancher Roger Brenna of New ...Read More

Tennesseans are being asked to think twice before bringing home the bacon, and ham. Faith and community leaders will be meeting tonight to talk about working conditions for thousands at the biggest pork-processing plant in the world -- the Smithfield Packing Plant in Tar Heel. Keith Ludlum was fir ...Read More

About 20 percent of Washington workers are union members, and more say they would join a union if they could. Supporters of the "Employee Free Choice Act" now before Congress say the bill would make it easier to form workplace unions, using open registration rather than secret ballots. But the Act ...Read More

Legislation designed to make it easier for American workers to form a union has passed the House and comes before the Senate where it faces stiff opposition with a split along party lines and even a filibuster. The law would certify a union when a majority of workers sign authorizing cards. It wo ...Read More

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