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PNS Daily News - September 16, 2019 


New allegations emerge against Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh; and a new report says a lightning strike is more likely than a forced arbitration win.

2020Talks - September 16, 2019. (3 min.)  


2020 presidential hopefuls tweet about more sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Democrats who didn't make it onto last week's debate stage continue their grassroots approaches.

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Local letter carriers will be scrambling on Saturday picking up nonperishable food donations for the nation's largest one-day annual food drive. (National Association of Letter Carriers)

BOSTON – Stamp Out Hunger is the nation's largest one-day, charitable food drive, and coming up this weekend, Bay Staters are expected to help out with millions of pounds of food, once again. Rick DiCecca, regional administrative assistant for the National Association of Letter Carriers, says ...Read More

New initiative is expected to keep about 800 troubled young people in Ohio out of detention. (xandert/morguefile)

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio is stepping up its efforts to reform the state's juvenile justice system and give troubled young people a second shot. The state announced $1.6 million in grants for nearly two dozen counties through the Department of Youth Services' Detention Alternatives and Enhancements I ...Read More

Conservation advocates are launching a Solarize the Valley campaign in three Idaho counties.(cleanenergy.org)

BOISE, Idaho – Clean energy advocates are launching a campaign this week called Solarize the Valley, an effort to promote renewable energy in the Treasure Valley by offering free estimates and a lower price on solar installations. The kickoff event is this Thursday night at North End Organic ...Read More

Anti-corruption watchdog groups say the newest U.S. rules to prevent corporate money laundering don't go nearly far enough. (iStock)

CARSON CITY, Nev. – On the eve of this week's anti-corruption summit in London, consumer watchdog groups maintain the Obama administration's response so far to the Panama Papers money-laundering scandal is inadequate. They're saying it could worsen Nevada's and the U.S.'s reputation as a hav ...Read More

As the Illinois budget impasse drags on, a group of activists releases its own budget plan, which the group says would put

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - A group of Illinois urban and rural public-policy activists holds a protest in Chicago today, to unveil what it calls a "People and Planet First Budget." Illinois is the only state operating without a budget for the current year. The activist group Fair Economy Illinois argu ...Read More

The Arizona Legislature reversed an earlier vote and reinstated the KidsCare health insurance program last week. (iStockphoto)

PHOENIX - Under intense political pressure from all directions, the Arizona Legislature reversed itself late last week and reinstated the state's Children's Health Insurance Program. The KidsCare bill, which was signed immediately by Gov. Doug Ducey, passed when 14 Republicans in the House and fiv ...Read More

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