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PNS Daily Newscast - June 18, 2018 


First Lady Melania Trump makes statement against separating kids from parents. Also on the Monday rundown: Anti-hunger advocates applaud the newest Farm Bill: plus diaper duty an economic burden for 1-in-3 families.

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Archive: August 28, 2007

A simple bag of garden mulch from your local hardware store or home center could contain the remains of an important protection against Gulf Coast hurricanes. Cypress mulch, which is often produced from trees cut from southern swamplands, is now on a "no buy" list, created by a coalition of conserva ...Read More

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is blocking a plan to drill a natural gas project in Colorado, citing a threat to air quality. The agency has refused to approve the project, and Bruce Pendery, with the Wyoming Outdoor Council, says the move should prompt the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) ...Read More

A simple bag of garden mulch from your local hardware store or home center could contain the remains of an important protection against Gulf Coast hurricanes. Cypress mulch, which is often produced from trees cut from southern swamplands, is now on a "no buy" list, created by a coalition of conserva ...Read More

A rally today in Greeley will call on Representative Marilyn Musgrave to back up her about-face on the war last week with actual votes in Congress. Coloradans will join others across the country in “taking a stand” against continuing the Iraq war and demand to know whether Representative ...Read More

New Hampshire peace groups are joining forces today for a march and rally in downtown Manchester to demand an end to the Iraq war. Among the rally speakers will be Granite State Marine veteran Joe Turcotte, who was an artilleryman in the initial “shock and awe” campaign. He says the reas ...Read More

New federal rules affecting auto tire safety could cause problems for Idaho consumers whose tires are defective, according to consumer watchdogs. Bill Schulz, with the American Association of Justice, says the new rules would restrict the driving public's access to the courts. He believes Idahoans w ...Read More

North Dakotans have what may be their final chance to sound off on the 2007 Farm Bill before the U.S. Senate comes back into session. Senator Kent Conrad, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, is hosting a forum Wednesday, along with the National Farmers Union. Union president Tom Buis says ...Read More

Two years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and much of the gulf coast, a threat lingers for school children who have returned to their neighborhoods. More than 30 New Orleans schoolyards have tested positive for arsenic. Dr. Gina Solomon, a senior scientist at the Natural Resources De ...Read More

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