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PNS Daily Newscast - July 15, 2019 


AOC, Trump battle on Twitter over being native born. Also on our Monday rundown: Democratic hopefuls share views in five Iowa cities. Plus, efforts to control stormwater pollution are paying off for Puget Sound.

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Archive: November 28, 2018

A 2020 project to open up access to the Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge is in jeopardy if the Land and Water Conservation Fund isn't reauthorized. (USDA NRCS Montana/Flickr)

HELENA, Mont. – Groups in Montana and nationwide are urging Congress to reauthorize and fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund as the lame-duck session ticks down. The fund, which provides access to public lands, expired in September. Montana has received nearly $600 million since th ...Read More

Ohioans say they use retail health clinics for their overall affordability and convenience. (John Jones/Flickr)

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Health clinics are popping up around Ohio in retail stores and pharmacies, and new data reveal these newer models of health care improve access to medical treatment. The 2018 Ohio Health Issues Poll, released by Interact for Health, found that about one in five Ohio adults (18 perc ...Read More

Groups supportive of the minimum wage claim it is unconstitutional to try to amend the bill during the end-of-year session. (One Fair Wage MI)

LANSING, Mich. - The group behind the campaign to raise the minimum wage in Michigan is meeting with lawmakers today to push back against efforts to water down the new law during the lame-duck session. Legislators passed a bill to gradually raise the minimum wage to $12 an hour, including for tippe ...Read More

Virginia has a humid climate with very warm summers and moderately cold winters. (Screenshot/NOAA)

RICHMOND, Va. - The northeastern states are treasured for their four seasons and have built economies around them, but the new National Climate Assessment says the region is in for higher temperatures and bigger environmental swings than the rest of the country. States from Virginia northward repre ...Read More

Nearly nine in 10 early-education facilities in Washington state said low wages make it difficult to hire qualified staff. (Seattle City Council/Flickr)

SEATTLE - Low pay for early-childhood educators and caregivers is creating a dire situation for many Washington state care centers and families, according to a new report. The Economic Opportunity Institute surveyed more than 500 center directors and found poor compensation leads to high turnover r ...Read More

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