PNS Daily Newscast - May 29, 2020 

More than a dozen Internal Affairs complaints against the Minneapolis Police officer involved in the death of George Floyd; we report on what's behind the current tensions.

2020Talks - May 29, 2020 

Republican Voters Against Trump just launched and plans to spend $10 million on the 2020 campaign. And President Trump signed an executive order making social media companies liable for content their users post.

Archive: July 29, 2009

Bismarck, ND - The North Dakota Supreme Court has decided that some provisions of the state's Housing Discrimination Act have time limits. It ruled that a Fargo man waited too long to file a complaint against an apartment owner whose building was not accessible to those with disabilities, suggesting ...Read More

SALEM, Ore. - After bargaining for eight months, the State of Oregon and its two largest employees' unions have hammered out a new contract, which reflects the state's budget crisis. For about 21,500 state workers, there will be no cost-of-living raises, and they'll have to take between 10 and 14 u ...Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C. - If AARP has its way, members of Congress won't be able to leave Capitol Hill for their summer recess without an in-person reminder that they'd better not forget about health care reform while they're away. The organization has summoned volunteers from across the country, including ...Read More

BAR HARBOR, Maine - School will be back in session soon and, this fall, some middle-school students will be leaving their more traditional, indoor classrooms to explore and learn in a different setting - the great outdoors. They'll travel to Acadia National Park to learn about subjects ranging from ...Read More

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed a budget-balancing package that imposes deeper cuts to child welfare and health care for the poor, using his line-item veto authority. "The good, the bad and the ugly," is how the governor described the revised budget. He says the "good" is that it doesn't ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida has slipped from 35th to 36th in the new "Kids Count" report, a ranking by state on the well-being of children. While the state improved on some measures, it ranked in the lowest ten states in terms of high school dropout rates; teens who are neither in school nor working ...Read More

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