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PNS Daily Newscast - April 24, 2019 


The Supreme Court considers U.S. Census citizenship question – we have a pair of reports. Also on the Wednesday rundown: A look at how poor teacher pay and benefits can threaten preschoolers' success. And the Nevada Assembly votes to restore voting rights for people who've served their time in prison.

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Archive: December 8, 2010

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The United States could attract billions of dollars in clean power investments over the next decade, and some Tennessee projects are leading the way, according to a study by the Pew Charitable Trusts. The U.S. is among the three G-20 members with the most to gain by implementing ...Read More

MERIDEN, Conn. - We've all grown up distinguishing between doctors and dentists, although many experts say we should see dental care as part of general medical care – and that list includes New England's top medical official. Dr. William Kassler, chief medical officer for the Center for Medica ...Read More

NEW YORK - The dreams of young immigrants could be dashed - or given new life. Designed to help kids brought to America by their parents, the DREAM Act would reward the most ambitious of young immigrants with citizenship if they enlist in the military or pursue college degrees – and Congress w ...Read More

LANSING, Mich. - Not everyone feels "holiday cheer." For women who have recently been released from prison, the holidays often compound the already overwhelming challenges of adjusting to life outside. Mary Ellen White has been director of Heartline, Inc. for 31 years, a residential program that co ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Some predict that without swift action, there could be a Medicare meltdown that causes some Ohio seniors to lose access to needed care. Starting January 1, doctors face an across-the-board cut of up to 25 percent in reimbursement fees for treating Medicare patients. Ohio State Med ...Read More

ALBUQUERQUE - New Mexico residents want to see more programs that help all young children get head starts, in learning and in life – and they're willing to help pay for it, according to the findings from a series of daylong focus groups held in communities across the state. Heidi Gantwerk is ...Read More

PHOENIX - Some of Arizona's state parks could be privatized under a recommendation expected from a state cost-cutting commission. But park system advocates warn such a move could actually raise costs while reducing services. Arizona State Parks Foundation Director Cristie Statler worries that priva ...Read More

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