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PNS Daily Newscast - June 11, 2021 


We reflect and update as HIV/AIDS first came to national attention 40 years ago this month; and when it comes to infrastructure spending, bipartisanship isn't dead yet.


2021Talks - June 11, 2021 


President Biden offers up more COVID-19 vaccines to the world; Dems and GOP close in on an infrastructure deal; and Speaker Pelosi tries to quell a spat over the Middle East among Democrats.

Archive: November 6, 2020

Florida colleges and technical schools can access grants from CARES Act funds ranging from about $100,000 to $2 million to boost technical certification programs. (Pixabay)
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The state of Florida is hoping to stabilize the economy by enhancing the skills of its workforce through technical certification programs. The "Get There Florida" campaign was launched to highlight the number of available short-term, high-value technical education programs at t ...Read More

There are about 200,000 family caregivers in Idaho. (Khunatorn/Adobe Stock)

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BOISE, Idaho - A new resource guide is out for folks feeling overwhelmed by their responsibilities as family caregivers. AARP Idaho's guide can help people with things such as finding medical equipment, respite care, and financial aid - as well as training to provide better at-home care and managi ...Read More

Police say no arrests were made during Wednesday night's

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CHICAGO - Social-justice groups are reminding Illinoisans about their rights when it comes to defending democracy. Historic numbers of voters cast ballots in the 2020 presidential election, and counts still are being finalized across the country. Activists in Illinois and other states are taking t ...Read More

Prior to an executive order signed by Gov. Kim Reynolds this summer, Iowa was the only state to prohibit those with past felony convictions from voting. (Adobe Stock)

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IOWA CITY, Iowa - Prior to the November election, Iowans with past felony convictions were given the opportunity to vote. However, only a small number registered, and advocates point to a short timeframe, while hoping for more outreach in future elections. Late this summer, Gov. Kim Reynolds signe ...Read More

Advocates opposed to Maryland's new gas pipeline project say that drilling can cause sludge, mud and sediment to back up into nearby houses. (Adobe stock)

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Coming just days after Maryland committed to a regional wind-energy partnership, a group of environmental advocates is urging Gov. Larry Hogan and the state's Board of Public Works to reject a key permit for a proposed gas pipeline project. They say Maryland officials need to be ...Read More

Ballots cast in Missouri surpassed 3 million for the first time. (AdobeStock)

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Despite a pandemic and one of the most contentious presidential races on record, the 2020 general election in Missouri went off without a hitch. President of the League of Women Voters of Missouri Evelyn Maddox said they had members on the ground at poll sites around the stat ...Read More

Health advocates are calling for stronger limits on cell phone radiation. (d3damon/iStockphoto)

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BERKELEY, Calif. - A review of scientific literature out this week found that using a cell phone more than a thousand hours raises your risk of developing a tumor by up to 60%. Experts from Berkeley and Seoul, South Korea, reviewed 46 studies on cell phone radiation and concluded that pressing a c ...Read More

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