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PNS Daily Newscast - November 21, 2018 


Senators from both sides of the aisle want Trump to clear the air on the Khashoggi killing. Also on the Wednesday rundown: Massachusetts leads the U.S. in the fentanyl-overdose death rate; plus we will let you know why business want to preserve New Mexico’s special places.

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Archive: June 14, 2010

NAPERVILLE, Ill. - The future of solar energy for Illinois is getting brighter. That's because a glut of solar supplies on the market is reducing prices, and state lawmakers have passed new legislation aimed at promoting solar energy. One of the new laws waiting for the Governor's signature requires ...Read More

RICHMOND, Va. - Fees, late charges, more fees and default notices - the mortgage crisis and related foreclosures continue in Virginia, even as two versions of a bill to tighten lending practices and offer greater protection for consumers are being hammered out in Congress. One of the biggest lender ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - The business community often blames personal injury litigation for clogging the court system, and demands tort reform. According to newly-released figures from the Wisconsin state court system, however, it's not those cases tying up the courts – it is a four-fold increase in fo ...Read More

HARRISBURG, Penn. - Lower tax revenues and decreased earnings from investments have cost Pennsylvania schools dearly in the past two years since the recession began, according to a new report. The Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials and Pennsylvania Association of School Administr ...Read More

BISMARCK, N. D. - As part of the national push to make medical care more accessible and affordable, the health care reform bill passed by Congress this spring is expected to mean rapid growth for North Dakota's network of Community Health Centers. The new law allocates about $11 billion over the ne ...Read More

PHOENIX - Every June 27, state and county health departments mark National HIV Testing Day as a time to urge everyone to get checked as part of their routine medical screening. Ann Gardner, HIV testing and referral coordinator with the Arizona Department of Health Services, says early diagnosis is c ...Read More

OLYMPIA, Wash. - More than 70 initiatives have been filed with the Washington Secretary of State's office and, in order to make it onto the primary election ballot in August, their supporters have until July 2 to gather at least 241,153 signatures of registered voters. So, the petition-signing proce ...Read More

NEW YORK - A state budget is more than two months overdue, the governor may not be able to get any more emergency extensions approved, threats of a state government shutdown are in the air, and human service agencies are staring into the abyss. Already wracked by subsidy and grant cuts, state workfo ...Read More

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