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PNS Daily Newscast - September 29, 2020 


Trump tax revelations point to disparity in nation's tax system; Pelosi and Mnuchin make last-ditch effort at pandemic relief.


2020Talks - September 29, 2020 


Today's the first presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio. And a British news show reports a Trump campaign effort to suppress the Black vote in 2016.

Archive: August 18, 2009

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - For generations, struggling families in Appalachia have supplemented their food budgets by growing their own veggies. Now a Lutheran social service ministry is reigniting some of that tradition - using kiddie pools for planting beds. Dory Campbell, coordinator with the Evangeli ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - Another state has just banned texting while driving, but the new law in Missouri applies only to those aged 21 and younger. The lawmaker who sponsored similar but so far unsuccessful legislation in Nevada says the Missouri move defies studies which show the average age of text-messagers ...Read More

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Talk of "socialized medicine," of "rationing" of health care, and of "death panels" - all scare tactics, according to AARP California. The organization's state president, Jeannine English, says those are some of the "myths" about health care reform legislation now pending in Con ...Read More

EUGENE, Ore. - When it comes to health care reform, you may get more accomplished by chatting than by shouting. That's the hope of some Oregon workers who have been going door to door, asking that people write or call their Congressional reps to let them know how they feel about the country's health ...Read More

CARBONDALE, Ill. - Frogs have been dying off around the world since at latest the 1990s, and a new study by an associate professor at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale blames, in part, pesticides, particularly endosulfan. The professor, Don Sparling, has been studying frogs for some 15 years ...Read More

TUCSON, Ariz. - There is concern in some quarters that women in Arizona could be left behind as critics of reproductive health care grow louder in the health insurance reform debate. Carol Bafaloukos, vice-president for medical services of Planned Parenthood-Arizona, is concerned that conservati ...Read More

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