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PNS Daily Newscast - January 26, 2021 


LGBTQ+ groups celebrate President Joe Biden's reversal of Trump ban on transgender people in the military; Articles of Impeachment delivered -- Trump first President impeached twice.


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Senate prepares for impeachment trial; SCOTUS ends emolument suits against Trump, but Guiliani faces new liability. SecTreas Yellen confirmed, Huckabee announces AR gubernatorial run as other GOP Senators step down. Transgender people back in the military and Biden unveils his "Buy American" plan while First Lady gets active; and Harriet Tubman may become first Black American on U.S. currency.

Archive: May 21, 2010

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Thanks to a deal between hospitals and the state, Medicaid funding in Tennessee will be improved. Tennessee hospitals have agreed to pay a 3.52-percent fee on their net revenues. When combined with a two-for-one federal match, it will restore about $659 million in proposed cuts to ...Read More

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO. - A new report shows one in four Missourians under the age of 65 has a diagnosed preexisting condition. Statewide, about 1.2 million people could benefit from the new federal health reform bill once it's implemented, according to the report from Families USA. Missourians are set ...Read More

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A new report finds combating childhood obesity may start in the womb. Health experts and even First Lady Michelle Obama agree that's why it's important to start a pregnancy at a healthy weight and to start kids off on the right path. The study, performed by the Technical Univers ...Read More

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - As Cabrini Green's last residents were served eviction notices this week, more than 100 Illinois advocacy groups unified with organizations across the country to seek federal funding for affordable housing. More than 2,200 organizations from every congressional district in the na ...Read More

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CHICAGO - The deaths of a 9-year-old Chicago boy and 10-year-old from Milwaukee prompted the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to announce a recall on 1.8 million toy dart gun sets sold nationwide at Family Dollar. The boys choked on the darts. The CPSC took action after the toy's importer, ...Read More

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DENVER - There's a slightly different kind of prom being held in Denver this weekend. The GLBT Community Center of Colorado's annual "queer prom" on Saturday offers a place for teens of all sexual orientations or gender identities to feel comfortable for one special night. Organizers say it has sign ...Read More

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ALBUQUERQUE - A group of New Mexico teens will undergo training this weekend on how to be themselves; just more powerful. It's Your Move is the name of a transformational teen training taking place in Albuquerque that's meant to restore hope, build confidence, and teach at-risk teens to take more re ...Read More

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SALEM, Ore. - The safety net for Oregon's poorest families is starting to fray. The state has used almost $79 million of the $83 million of federal money allocated for TANF programs that provide financial support, job training and child care subsidies to low-income families with children. As early ...Read More

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