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PNS Daily Newscast - May 21 , 2019 


The DOJ says former White House counsel Don McGahn does not have to testify. Also on our Tuesday rundown: “Stop the Bans” protests over extreme abortion laws; education a hot topic in the Bay State; and guess how many adults have tried marijuana?

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Archive: October 15, 2018

Wilson Creek in Caldwell County has a growing number of outdoor enthusiasts seeking out the area because of improved trout population and waterways. (Trout Unlimited)

LINVILLE FALLS, N.C. – Outdoor recreation generates $28 billion dollars annually in North Carolina, according to the Outdoor Recreation Association, and the state's thousands of miles of waterways are a large part of that. One example is the Wilson Creek watershed in Caldwell and Avery count ...Read More

Michigan voters have three Proposals to decide on the November ballot, including two that could impact future elections. (Tim Evanson/Flickr)

LANSING, Mich. — Election Day is just three weeks away, and with so much at stake, Michigan voters are encouraged to ensure they're fully prepared when they cast their ballots. For more than 100 years, Michiganders were able to vote “straight ticket,” choosing all the candidates ...Read More

Tennessee's midterm election is expected to see a record turnout because of renewed energy of voters and two hotly contested races. (Twenty20)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The pursuit of clean energy is what drives groups such as the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, but this election season, the alliance is working with dozens of volunteers across Tennessee to get out the vote. The group registered voters across the state and now, has its s ...Read More

The Farm Bill expiration could mean farmers who are currently using conservation practices may not be able to continue. (Conservation Media Library)

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The expiration of the Farm Bill is putting the brakes on conservation programs important for many Illinois farmers and ranchers. While the legislation largely stalled over the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the people who grow food and livestock also were impa ...Read More

An estimated 1.3 million people in Indiana are eligible for Medicare. (Twenty20.com)

INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers ages 65-plus have about seven weeks to select a Medicare health insurance plan. Open enrollment for the federal health insurance program begins today and runs through December 7. CEO of Medicare and Retirement for United Healthcare in Indiana Charlotte MacBeth said pr ...Read More

Arizona policymakers are taking advantage of data to better serve the state's children. (1laura/Twenty20)

PHOENIX – To improve education and literacy in Arizona, it's important to first understand challenges different communities face. So policymakers in the state have been turning to a growing online database and map tool for guidance. MapLIT has been around since 2015 and is set to expand to ...Read More

Only two of eight county voting offices contacted by the ACLU of Utah had posted information about Election Day registration online. (Marg Johnson/Twenty20)

SALT LAKE CITY – This year's election in November will be the first in which all of Utah's 29 counties offer Election Day registration at the polls. Advocates for the system are hoping for a smooth rollout. If you show up to your polling place on Nov. 6 and find your voter registration inf ...Read More

Medicare supplemental plans cover prescriptions and services not covered by original Medicare. (Hayleybarcar/pixabay)

CONCORD, N.H. — Monday is the first day of the open-enrollment period for Medicare, and there's help for anyone signing up for the first time or making changes. With mailboxes filled with ads for prescription drug plans and supplemental coverage, picking the right Medicare plans can be confu ...Read More

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