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PNS Daily Newscast - February 25, 2021 


We take you to a state where paid family leave is up for debate; Postmaster General Louis DeJoy defiant as Biden makes key appointments that could decide his fate.


2021Talks - February 25, 2021 


President Biden hails a rare moment of bipartisanship and moves to strengthen supply chains; Senate barrels forward with confirmation hearings; and Postmaster General apologizes for service delays.

Archive: November 12, 2020

More Marylanders are turning to food banks as poverty increases during the pandemic. (Maryland Food Bank)

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BALTIMORE -- A Maryland author and leader of a national anti-poverty group is challenging U.S. leaders to tackle social inequities spotlighted this year during the coronavirus pandemic and protests against policing. Wes Moore, author and CEO of the Robin Hood Foundation, noted that COVID-19 disprop ...Read More

More than 454,000 clean-energy workers in energy efficiency, manufacturing and business still are unemployed. (brizmaker/Adobe Stock)

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NEW YORK -- Three of four clean-energy workers who lost their jobs at the beginning of the COVID pandemic still are out of work, according to a new report. The study from E2, E4TheFuture and the American Council on Renewable Energy said almost half a million clean-energy workers nationwide have los ...Read More

Gas appliances in homes and buildings are responsible for almost a quarter of California's greenhouse gas emissions. (Donnie B/Morguefile)

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Climate advocates are pressing the California Energy Commission (CEC) to ban natural gas in new construction, starting in 2022. The CEC updates building codes every three years. In December, the agency is expected to consider a less aggressive plan to offer developers pollutio ...Read More

Enrollment for 2021 health-care coverage under the government-run Affordable Care Act must be completed by Dec. 15. (Rawpixel/Adobe Stock)

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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Health-care advocates say despite a lot of media buzz, rumors of the demise of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have been greatly exaggerated. Open enrollment for health insurance plans through the Arizona Health Insurance Marketplace is under way now through Dec. 15, with a variety ...Read More

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