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PNS Daily News - September 22, 2020 

The Supreme Court vacancy raises stakes for a reproductive-rights campaign; voter-registration deadlines are just around the corner; and the pandemic compounds child-care woes.

2020Talks - September 22, 2020 

It's National Voter Registration Day. Plus, the Supreme Court and abortion are back, center stage, in the election spotlight.

Archive: June 4, 2009

Cason City, NV – Nevada has had a rough time attracting teachers in recent years, and education advocates say, when the legislative session began, the state was headed in the wrong direction in that department. Gov. Gibbons faced a $2-billion deficit and he saw the education budget as one plac ...Read More

Jackson Hole, WY – The challenge against a new rule requiring Teton County businesses to be no-smoking zones indoors could soon be decided by the courts. The Teton County Board of Health has been sued by a local bar and the Wyoming Trucking Association, which allege the health board oversteppe ...Read More

Salem, OR – A 35 percent jump in Oregon's homeless population is a startling statistic, from a state report that shows most of those without homes are families and the number of homeless school-aged children has almost doubled, to nearly 16,000. The findings are part of a One-Night Homeless Co ...Read More

The American Heart Association wants a million people to learn how to save a life this week, and has designated this National CPR Week. Spokesman David Adriansen says we need more people trained in the life-saving technique, and the sooner the better. "About 75 percent of sudden cardiac arrests occ ...Read More

Boise, ID – The federal expansion of the Children’s Health Insurance Program earlier this year means health care coverage is available today for many Idaho families who may not realize it. Family advocates are trying to spread the word about the insurance program, which was expanded at t ...Read More

For Floridians, summer means an increase in the need for air conditioning, and with it, increased power bills. But, this summer, low-income assistance agencies are gearing up to help cut those costs. Thanks to $175 million in federal stimulus money for weatherization, low-income families in Florida ...Read More

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