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PNS Daily Newscast - August 17, 2018 


Now the New York Times reports – Omarosa could have hundreds of tape recorded conversation with members of Trump family and administration. Also on the Friday rundown: groups call for more reforms in Chicago Police decree; and the latest on Bears Ears.

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Archive: May 8, 2018

Small-business owners such as The Tap House in Chattanooga say TVA's proposed rate hike will hurt their business, and add that it's often watering holes like theirs where business is generated through conversation around the bar. (The Tap House/Facebook)

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Tennessee business owners are gathering today at the Tennessee Valley Authority offices in Chattanooga to let the public agency know they they oppose the rate proposal it will vote on later this week. Earlier this year, TVA proposed changes to the rate structure that wil ...Read More

More than three-quarters of Montanans support national monuments such as the Upper Missouri River Breaks. (Bob Wick/BLM)

MISSOULA, Mont. – A new poll shows overwhelming bipartisan support for public lands in Montana. The University of Montana's Crown of the Continent and Greater Yellowstone Initiative has released the results of its third biannual survey and found Montanans are backing public lands in even great ...Read More

About 70,000 Native Americans live in Montana. (Indian Health Service Billings area)

HELENA, Mont. – According to the Trump administration, states can impose work requirements on Native Americans who receive Medicaid - a move that could spell doom for some tribal health services. On Monday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma reaffirmed i ...Read More

Low-income children in Colorado are almost twice as likely to go without fruits and vegetables as are other kids. (Erik Scheel/Pexels)

DENVER – From May to October, a rainbow of locally grown produce arrives at farmers markets, and at some 85 locations across Colorado, food stamps are worth double for fruits and vegetables. The "Double Up Food Bucks" program allows SNAP recipients to use their EBT cards to get up to $20 in ...Read More

A conservation group gave North Dakota's water systems an F. (Joe Pell/Flickr)

BISMARCK, N.D. – It's Drinking Water Week in North Dakota, and watchdogs are calling for transparency for the state's water systems. Scott Edwards, co-director of Food and Water Justice at Food and Water Watch, says the oil and gas industry and industrial agriculture are two of the biggest c ...Read More

Supporters say Issue 1 would create fair Congressional Districts that keep communities together. (M. Kuhlman)<br />

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Primary elections do not draw as many voters as the general election, but election rights groups are hopeful that is not the story for today's May Primary in Ohio. Not only will voters choose candidates for several statewide offices, including an open seat for governor, but ...Read More

Nine states and the District of Columbia have passed laws legalizing recreational marijuana. (@katebilyeu via Twenty20)

ALBANY, New York – Marijuana legalization is a racial and economic justice issue - that's the message state legislators and community advocates are delivering in Albany today. Despite decriminalization, New York has been the marijuana arrest capital of the nation, with sharp racial disparities ...Read More

The House is expected to vote to get rid of a consumer protection measure meant to stop car dealers from charging more for car loans based on race. (Sabina Akhmedova/Twenty20)

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – According to several consumer-backed studies, the color of your skin can make buying a car more expensive. In 2013, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a notice that discriminatory auto lending is illegal, but a GOP-led effort in Congress to overturn those pro ...Read More

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