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PNS Daily Newscast - June 19, 2019 


President Trump kicks off his reelection campaign. Also on today's rundown: A Maryland clergyman testifies in Congress on reparations for slavery; and how a reinstated travel ban will affect cultural crossovers between the U.S. and Cuba.

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Archive: June 6, 2019

In Tennessee, 60% of people 45 and older currently are providing unpaid care for a loved one, according to Tennessee AARP. (Adobe Stock)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A new state regulation goes into effect Thursday that aims to help Tennessee's hospitals integrate family caregivers into their loved ones' medical records. According to AARP, 60% of Tennesseans 45 and older currently provide unpaid care for a loved one. The Caregiver Ad ...Read More

The next stakeholder meeting on creating a public health-insurance option is scheduled for 9 a.m. June 13 at the Division of Insurance, 1560 Broadway, Denver. (Nick Youngson/Alpha Stock Images)

DENVER – Colorado's efforts to create a public health insurance option that would compete against private insurers is off and running. Gov. Jared Polis signed legislation in May that directs state agencies to develop and recommend a plan by November of this year, and are holding stakeholder ...Read More

South Dakota has spent nearly $1 million for a trap giveaway program to kill mammals considered pheasant predators, including raccoons, skunks, possums, badgers and red foxes. (statesymbolsusa.org)

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – In her January inaugural address, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem promised to restore the state's pheasant population and introduced a habitat restoration initiative that is getting mixed reviews. To boost the number of pheasants, Noem created a bounty program that pays hun ...Read More

Della BigHair-Stump includes designs from the Crow Tribe in her fashion work. (Designs by Della)

CROW AGENCY, Mont. – Native fashion will be on display at Yellowstone National Park next week. Indigenous designers and artists from across the West are converging on the park for the first Yellowstone Tribal Marketplace and Fashion Show to showcase the arts and culture of the Northern Plain ...Read More

Prevent identity theft by shredding documents containing personal information. (Hans/Pixabay)

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – It's easy to disregard unsolicited financial offers that show up in your mailbox, but experts say those letters shouldn't simply be tossed out with the trash. Scammers have been known to root through people’s garbage in search of documents with personal information. ...Read More

About 117,000 Ohio workers were injured or became ill from exposure to workplace hazards in 2017. (Ceneberg/Adobe Stock)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A proposal in Ohio could discourage some workers from filing an injury claim. The Ohio House on Wednesday approved the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation budget bill (House Bill 80), after voting in favor of an amendment that requires injured workers to declare their legal ...Read More

Pennsylvanians spend more than $463 million a year sending children to cyber charter schools. (Monkey Business/Adobe Stock)

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A new study shows the performance of Pennsylvania charter schools is mixed at best, and extremely negative for students at cyber charters. Each year, taxpayers in the Keystone State spend more than $1.6 billion on tuition for charter schools. But the study, by the Center ...Read More

Advocates are asking the Public Service Commission to raise the cap on utility-scale solar contracts from 500 kilowatts to 20,000 kilowatts per contract. (Adamkaz/iStockphoto)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Renewable energy advocates are pushing the state to allow more utility-scale solar development, and have filed a petition with the Public Service Commission to make it happen. The group Renew Missouri filed a petition this week asking the PSC to change its rules that cu ...Read More

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