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PNS Daily Newscast - June 18, 2019 


Iran threatens to exceed the uranium enrichment limit agreed to under a 2015 nuclear deal. Also on today's rundown: More results of a new report on children's well-being; and a North Carolina Jewish congregation returns to its synagogue after sharing a local church.

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Archive: December 2, 2008

As a new class of lawmakers begins work at the state Capitol, they are reminded of their predecessors' environmental record. The annual California Environmental Scorecard grades members of the legislature and the governor on how they voted on key pieces of legislation. David Allgood, Southern Cali ...Read More

Olympia, WA – It's been one year this week since the hotly-debated Referendum 67 became law. Washington's Insurance Fair Conduct Act created a process for consumers who feel their insurance companies have not promptly and fairly settled a valid claim. It requires insurance companies to deal in ...Read More

East Lansing, MI – Preparing high school students for college and careers simultaneously helps them succeed after graduation, while lowering their chances of dropping out. A new report from the Great Lakes Center for Education Research and Practice highly rates "multiple pathways" high school ...Read More

Phoenix, AZ – President-elect Obama's choice for Secretary of Homeland Security is generating criticism as well as support. The critics say Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano straddles the fence on immigration issues while supporters call her nomination a level-headed approach. Napolitano brin ...Read More

Chicago, Illinois – The right mix of academic and career education may be what’s needed in Illinois to keep kids in high school, and help them transition to life after high school. A report released by the Great Lakes Center for Education and Research finds that if well-designed, a "mult ...Read More

Columbus, Ohio - The right mix of academic and career education may be what’s needed in Ohio to keep kids in high school, and help them transition to life after high school. A report released by the Great Lakes Center for Education and Research finds that if well-designed, a "multiple pathways ...Read More

Madison, WI - The next economic rescue package is taking form, but it comes with a caution: if lobbyists are allowed to set the spending priorities, millions more people will slip into poverty. The ranks of Wisconsinites in poverty, and those in extreme poverty are forecast to grow, according to a r ...Read More

Minneapolis, MN – Some end-of-term Bush administration federal rule changes are raising concerns. So-called "midnight regulations" by outgoing presidents aren't unusual, but the extent of the current series, especially their environmental impacts, is drawing attention. Cesia Kearns, conserva ...Read More

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