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PNS Daily Newscast - June 5, 2020 


It will likely take donations to help the Twin Cities recover from damage by looters; and state and local governments look for relief in next stimulus bill.

2020Talks - June 5, 2020 


Democrats and Republicans have had drastically different responses to President Trump's militarized response to protests in the nation's capital. And, new electoral maps will be drawn next year, some by legislatures and others by outside entities.

Archive: September 22, 2008

Pittsburgh, PA - Protecting Pennsylvania children from fire could be hazardous to their health. A recent nationwide study has found high levels of chemical fire retardants in the systems of toddlers and preschoolers - three times higher than levels found in similar blood tests of their mothers. The ...Read More

Panama City, FA - While Congress is discussing the largest bailout of financial institutions since the Great Depression, some Florida advocates want to know why there's no bailout for a failing healthcare system. Serious illness is the major cause of personal bankruptcy, and four million Floridians ...Read More

Nashville, TN – This theater troupe is proudly rated "PG-13," and its aim is to attract the attention of Tennessee teenagers. The "PG-13 Players" is a teen peer education group that uses live performance and interactive question-and-answer sessions to help high school students talk about their ...Read More

Nashville, TN – "Our Voice, Our Vote" wants new voters in Tennessee to stand up and be counted - and if they're not sure exactly how to do that, the group is ready to help. It's a statewide campaign to raise historically low voter turnout in Tennessee. Tonight in Nashville, new voters will ha ...Read More

Salem, OR – Oregonians can take themselves out to the movies this week, for a good cause. This week, the "Cans Film Festival" gets underway, a takeoff on France's more famous Cannes Film Festival. This one, however, benefits the Oregon Food Bank. This Thursday, September 25, admission to all ...Read More

Sacramento, CA - California's new budget is "bad medicine," according to healthcare advocates who say not only does it make steep cuts to the system this year, but next year will be even uglier. Anthony Wright, executive director of Health Access California, says the new state budget cuts hundreds ...Read More

New York, NY — Wall Street's financial meltdown could push Latino voter turnout to a new record high, according to voters' rights advocates working with New York's Latino populations. More than nine million Latinos are expected to vote in November, an increase of 20 percent. A new national re ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV – As many Nevadans find their entertainment dollars stretched to the breaking point, they're following a national trend by taking advantage of all the "free stuff" available at their local libraries. Nationwide, Americans made 1.3 billion visits to libraries in the past year, wh ...Read More

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