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PNS Daily News - October 15, 2019 


U.S. Reacts to Turkish offensive, Ft. Worth police officer charged with murder, a tax break for New Mexico families, and animals hit on the road in Nevada.

2020Talks - October 15, 2019 


Tonight, 12 candidates will take the fourth Democratic debate stage in Westerville, Ohio. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard will be there, despite considering a boycott of the event.

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Archive: June 11, 2019

North Carolina is one of 14 states that has chosen not to expand its Medicaid program. (Adobe Stock)

DURHAM, N.C. — Memorial vigils were held across North Carolina last week to honor people who have suffered or died because they lacked health insurance. Creston resident Richard Horodyski said until last year, he hadn't seen a doctor in more than two decades. Horodyski has worked in construc ...Read More

During the financial reality fairs, students are assigned careers and salaries and must balance real-world budgets. (Clarity Credit Union)

MERIDIAN, Idaho — Northwest credit unions are giving high school students a taste of real-world budgeting. Nearly 1,400 Idaho students attended financial reality fairs sponsored by local credit unions across the state this year, providing young people a crash course in managing money responsib ...Read More

In 2016, Nebraska received nearly $4 billion from the federal government for programs linked to the 2010 census. (Pixabay)

LINCOLN, Neb. — Civic groups across Nebraska are gearing up to organize their own outreach efforts for the upcoming 2020 census, after Gov. Pete Ricketts vetoed legislation last week that would have created a Nebraska Complete Count Committee charged with encouraging participation. John Cart ...Read More

Washington state students walked away from financial reality fairs with a new appreciation for their parents. (Kalani/Adobe Stock)

RICHLAND, Wash. — Northwest credit unions are giving high school students a taste of real-world budgeting. About 800 Washington state high school students attended financial reality fairs sponsored by local credit unions across the state this year, providing young people a crash course in mana ...Read More

Small grains such as barley and rye help reduce nutrient runoff on farms. (Halee Wepking/Meadowlark Farm)

RIDGEWAY, Wis. — An event at the end of June is highlighting the important role small grains play in Wisconsin. From Grain to Plate Field Day will take place June 30 on Meadowlark Farm in southwest Wisconsin. The aim is to bring growers, processors and consumers together to explore why grains ...Read More

FERC is accepting public comment on its environmental assessment of The Buckeye Xpress pipeline project. (FERC)

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Despite an agreeable review from regulators, some Ohio residents and organizations still object to a proposed pipeline expansion. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is taking public comment on its environmental assessment for the Buckeye XPress project, which involves th ...Read More

A. 8230 would vacate prostitution-related criminal records, opening opportunities for housing, education, employment and health care.  (mehaniq41/Adobe Stock)

ALBANY, N.Y. — Some Albany legislators say criminalizing sex work between consenting adults only empowers sex traffickers and it's time for a change. A package of bills called the Stop Violence in the Sex Trades Act has been introduced in both the Assembly and Senate. The first statewide bil ...Read More

Nevada is changing its laws to accomodate legal use of marijuana. (Growweedeasy/Morguefile)

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Gov. Steve Sisolak recently signed a trio of bills that make life easier on marijuana users now that the drug is legal for adults to possess. Assembly Bill 132 forbids employers from discriminating against job applicants if cannabis shows up on a pre-employment drug test. ...Read More

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