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PNS Daily Newscast - January 28, 2021 


President Biden's ban on private prisons does not extend to immigrant detention centers; GameStop sends markets for a loop.


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Some Senate Democrats consider alternatives to Trump impeachment trial. President Biden signed executive orders Wednesday combating climate change, and sets modern record of EOs during his first week in office.

Archive: July 2, 2012

PHOTO: Advocates say the “don’t know, don’t care” attitude of a major utility could cost Ohio millions in utility bills.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - What consumer advocates characterize as the "don't know, don't care" attitude of a major utility could cost Ohio millions in power bills. Akron-based First Energy did not participate fully in an auction in May in which prices for electricity-generating capacity were set for the comi ...Read More

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GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The World Trade Organization has issued a decision on the U.S. Country-of-Origin Labeling (COOL) law, after complaints from Canada and Mexico that it has hurt their beef prices. The initial thought was that the labeling seen in grocery stores wouldn't be allowed any more, but Al ...Read More

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HELENA, Mont. - A new record for the EPA on attracting comments on a decision. More than two million people commented on the new Carbon Pollution Standard in 60 days, with 6,600 of those comments coming from Montana. The rule covers carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide, among other emissions. ...Read More

PHOTO: Most people worry about how they look as they head out the door each day, but for thousands of Minnesotans, a distorted body image actually is a serious medical program.

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ST. PAUL, Minn. - Most people worry about how they look as they head out the door each day, but for thousands of Minnesotans, a distorted body image actually is a serious medical problem. Jillian Lampert, director of communications, research and outreach, with The Emily Program, says it's a misconce ...Read More

GRAPHIC: Latino voters poll.

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DENVER - Colorado's Latino voters, like many other Americans, think the economy is the top concern facing the nation, according to results of a new poll. The survey, carried out by Latino Decisions and America's Voice, found half of the Latino voters surveyed in Colorado cite the economy and jobs as ...Read More

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ARAPAHOE COUNTRY, Colo. - Tents and makeshift stores selling holidays goods have popped up throughout Colorado in the past few weeks leading up to the Fourth of July, but Coloradans may want to think twice before buying fireworks this summer. Record-breaking temperatures, drought and multiple wildfi ...Read More

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - President Obama's recent immigration policy changes are igniting enthusiasm among Latino voters, according to a recent survey. The survey found that 71 percent of Florida Latino voters say they are more enthusiastic about voting for him in November after his recent announcement a ...Read More

PHOTO: With all the budget cuts things like safe parks for kids to hang out in are being cut.

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MOSSYROCK, Wash. - The Land and Water Conservation Fund is in limbo. The federal program was cut from the massive $120 billion surface transportation funding bill that Congress passed late last week. The Fund uses fees from oil and gas exploration - not taxpayer revenue - to make grants for recreati ...Read More

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