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PNS Daily Newscast - June 20, 2018 


The Trump administration pulls the U.S. out of the U.N. Human Rights Council. Also on the Wednesday rundown: state AG's push back on the Trump border policy; and we look at the link between zine and fertility.

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Archive: June 13, 2018

Colorado Consumer Health Initiative is set to launch a new program to help consumers navigate especially complex situations and to push back against unfair health-care costs and practices. (Pixabay)

DENVER – Coloradans could see another big increase in health insurance costs. Companies must submit next year's rate requests to the state's Division of Insurance by Friday. Adam Fox, director of strategic engagement for the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative, said moves made by the Trump ad ...Read More

Summer meal programs are an important resource for working families when school isn't in session. (smgu3/Twenty20)

BOISE, Idaho - Idaho ranks in the top 10 for participation rates in summer lunch programs for kids, according to a new report. The Food Research and Action Center's analysis, released today, found that about one in five Idaho students who are part of the free and reduced-price lunch program during ...Read More

The FBI reports almost 50,000 people age 60 and older lost $342.5 million in 2017 to internet fraud and scams.(sabinevanerp/Pixabay)

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The number of Americans hitting retirement age is on the rise and, with it, an increase in elder abuse and exploitation is predicted. World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is this Friday. Studies show that about 16 percent of people age 60 and older are subjected to psychological, phy ...Read More

The Boston Poor People's Campaign held a rally at the Massachusetts State House in Boston on Monday, calling for a $15 minimum wage, paid family and medical leave, and a

BOSTON – Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., held a hearing at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday afternoon that focused on issues raised by the Poor People's Campaign, including economic inequality, union rights and voter suppression. Massachusetts is one of 35 states where protesters have engaged for ...Read More

North Dakota saw the biggest jump in suicides of any state from 2014 to 2016. (embracethewanderlust/Twenty20)

FARGO, N.D. - Mental-health officials want North Dakotans to know there are ample resources available for people who experience depression. The risk of suicide is on the country's conscience right now, with the recent death of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, and a Centers for Disease Control and P ...Read More

Summer Nutrition Programs offer free summer meals to all Kentucky children, ages 18 and younger. (Riley Kaminer/Flickr)

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Hunger-fighting groups and agencies in Kentucky are making progress as they work to ensure that children in the state have access to healthy, nutritious food during the summer months. A report released today from the Food Research and Action Center showed a 14 percent increas ...Read More

Winnebago County has launched an alert system to give domestic-violence victims prompt notice when an order of protection has been served, which could mean added protection from their abusers. (Pixabay)

ROCKFORD, Ill. - Winnebago County has launched a new automated system designed to alert domestic-violence victims when an order of protection they filed has been issued. The Winnebago County Sheriff's office said it serves more than 6,500 protection orders and related documents per year, but people ...Read More

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