PNS Daily Newscast - Friday, August 23, 2019 

A federal court ruling changes how the President is elected, and Florida Democrats trigger a special session vote on guns. Those stories and more in today's news.

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Archive: June 9, 2009

Columbus - Congress is drafting climate change legislation designed to limit U.S. emissions of greenhouse gases, and some say the devil is in the details for Ohio consumers. Under the cap-and-trade plan, businesses would be allowed to buy and sell permits to emit carbon dioxide. The costs would be p ...Read More

Madison, WI - When the state Assembly takes up the budget this week, a program that has been instrumental in creating green jobs, promoting energy independence and protecting natural resources is in the crosshairs. Conservationists are asking lawmakers to restore money for the Wisconsin Energy Indep ...Read More

Denver - A number of Colorado small businesses are signing on to support a bill in Congress focusing on worker rights, because they say it will help make sure they have a steady supply of customers in the future. The Employee Free Choice Act gives employees a stronger voice in how to organize a work ...Read More

Albany, NY — Advocates who want to reform the Mayor's powers over New York City schools say parents need a greater say in the decision-making process. Just weeks remain for lawmakers in Albany to agree on what changes, if any, should be made to mayoral control. State Senator Kevin Parker is ...Read More

Salem, OR – Oregonians who live with disabilities and seniors in need of nursing care are holding their collective breath – waiting for the outcome of a legislative work session and vote this week. If the Human Services portion of the new state budget is approved, 38 percent of in-home c ...Read More

Tillamook, OR - Oregon's homeless rate has increased at least 35 percent in the past year, and now Oregon families who depend on federal Section 8 vouchers to pay their rent are wondering if they'll continue to receive them, or be among the homeless – and with good reason. Last week, the Housi ...Read More

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