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PNS Daily Newscast - May 12, 2021 


Montanans get to weigh in on firearms on college campuses, and Washington state addresses carbon pollution from the building sector.


2021Talks - May 12, 2021 


Senators Schumer and McConnell duel over voting reforms, the GOP divide over Trump could widen, and a pipeline hack spurs cybersecurity concerns.

Archive: February 25, 2021

California's eugenics program is believed to have sterilized 20,000 women behind bars between 1909 and 1979. (Kconnors/Morguefile)

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By Ray Levy Ureda for Yes! Media. Broadcast version by Suzanne Potter for California News Service reporting for the YES! Media-Public News Service Collaboration SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Kelli Dillon was only 24 when a surgeon at the Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla decided that she w ...Read More

Data show 14.4% fewer FAFSA applications this year from Indiana students in high schools with high minority populations. (AC Taylor Jr/Pixabay)

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INDIANAPOLIS -- New data show a big drop of just over 9% in the number of Indiana students applying for federal student aid this year, and experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The National College Attainment Network tracks the "Free Application For Federal Student Aid" ...Read More

Medical aid-in-dying is currently available to more than one in five Americans. It is authorized in nine states, including Colorado, and the District of Columbia. (Pixabay)

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DENVER -- A new report suggests Colorado's medical aid-in-dying law, passed in 2016, is working as intended, by helping qualified terminally ill residents end their suffering. Sam DeWitt, southwest regional campaign and outreach manager for the group Compassion & Choices, noted data collected by th ...Read More

Nearly 70% of voters say they've used telemedicine services during the pandemic, and are likely to do so again. (Drazen/Adobe Stock)

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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- A new survey shows Pennsylvanians are worried they can't afford the high out-of-pocket costs for health care, and they want relief. The survey, by Consumers for Quality Care, said Americans believe the pandemic has exposed serious flaws in the healthcare system, even though it's ...Read More

Maryland officials originally said no homes would be destroyed during construction of new toll lanes on Interstate 270, but revised plans indicate some will. (Wikimedia Commons)

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Maryland lawmakers and environmental groups rallied Wednesday for new legislation they say would improve the process of the state's contentious plan to add toll lanes to highways in the Washington, D.C., metro area. House Bill 67 would ensure the Maryland Department of Transportat ...Read More

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