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PNS Daily Newscast - April 15, 2021 


President Biden sets a date certain to end America's longest war, and more information could be the decider for some reluctant to get the COVID vaccine.


2021Talks - April 15, 2021 


With overwhelming bipartisan support, the Senate takes up anti-Asian American hate crimes legislation, and President Biden officially announces a full military withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Archive: March 1, 2021

According to a new survey, 92% of Americans agree that deductibles should be low enough to not get in the way of a person's access to health care. (DoubletreeStudio/Adobe Stock)

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- A new survey shows most Americans are worried about out-of-pocket healthcare costs - deductibles, premiums and co-pays, and Nevadans are no exception. Stephanie Hrisca-Kennedy of Las Vegas has a four-year-old with severe hemophilia, who needs expensive medication with no generic ...Read More

Gentleman's Grooming Lounge owner Derek Brooks is comfortable speaking with clients about heart health. (American Heart Association)<br />

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Barbershops and salons in the Triad are checking their clients' blood pressure, as part of an effort to reduce health disparities among communities of color. One study has found long-term reductions in the blood pressure of Black men who met regularly with health professional ...Read More

Despite a national decline in youth complaints (or arrests) over the last several years, in 2019 more than 36,000 children between the ages of 10 and 12 were arrested, according to the National Juvenile Justice Network. (Adobe Stock)

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FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Kentucky kids as young as five or six can legally end up in juvenile court because the state currently lacks a minimum age threshold, but new legislation would ban kids 12 and younger from being tried before a judge and prioritize community-based, age-appropriate solutions. More ...Read More

10% of Michiganders with employer-based health insurance pay a high premium. (AdobeStock)

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LANSING, Mich. -- The COVID-19 crisis underscored the importance of quality health care, and new data reveals it also intensified patient anxieties about the ability to pay for care. In a survey from Consumers for Quality Care, 80% of respondents agreed health care costs continue to rise each year, ...Read More

Farmer advocates say as more extreme weather events flood out rural roads, producers face more obstacles in planting or harvesting their crops. (Adobe Stock)

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JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Farmers say timing is everything for successful production, but North Dakota producers said it's not just changing weather patterns they're contending with. Declining infrastructure is another barrier, and they hope lawmakers come through with key funding. So far this session, b ...Read More

Ohio food banks have been stretched over the past year as more people battle hunger. (AdobeStock)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- As state leaders balance complex funding needs in the state's next two-year budget, hunger-fighting groups argued there's nothing more basic than the need for food. Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director of the Ohio Association of Foodbanks, said roughly a year into the COVID-19 p ...Read More

The South Fork Trinity River is one of many places that would receive greater protections under a new wilderness bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives. (Jeff Morris/Pew Environment Group)

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SAN GABRIEL MOUNTAINS, Calif. -- A massive public-lands bill, now headed to the U.S. Senate, would better protect more than three million acres of public land, including one million acres in California. The Protecting America's Wilderness and Public Lands Act combines eight pieces of legislation, i ...Read More

Camp Hale is considered the birthplace of Colorado's ski industry, launched by returning World War II veterans. (Mason Cummings/The Wilderness Society)

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LEADVILLE, Colo. -- All eyes are on the U.S. Senate after the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act, cleared the U.S. House on Friday. Part of a larger public-lands package, the measure aims to boost Colorado's outdoor-recreation economy and protect some 400,000 acres of public lands i ...Read More

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