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PNS Daily Newscast - May 22, 2018 


The Department of Justice bows to Trump demands – at least, in part. Also on the rundown: the latest Supreme Court ruling deemed a blow to worker’s rights; plus a solar program back by popular demand.

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Human Rights/Racial Justice

SEATTLE – A Northwest immigration-rights activist is heading back to court in her battle against deportation today. Maru Mora Villalpando is ...Read More
DENVER – The nation is making progress toward full employment, according to recent data, but don't rush to attribute that to the so-called gig ...Read More
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — As Republican lawmakers advance plans to protect the right-to-work legislation they passed last year, a study shows the ...Read More
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A new study says restoring the voting rights of former felons would provide a big boost to Florida's economy. The study ...Read More
SEATTLE – Companion bills in Congress aim to increase oversight and put a moratorium on the additional construction of immigration detention cen ...Read More
SEATTLE — Ramadan officially began Wednesday, which means American Muslims will be fasting for the next month. Ramadan is the holiest month ...Read More
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Human rights dvocates are hoping legislation that would advance the voices of women and the LGBT community will make it as ...Read More
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — While cities and counties are trying to pass their own nondiscrimination ordinances, a new report shows how some states use ...Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Poor People's Campaign here and across the country is reconnecting with Martin Luther King's surprisingly radical ...Read More
SALEM, Ore. — A movement Martin Luther King, Jr., started 50 years ago near the end of his life is getting a revival today. The Poor People's ...Read More
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