PNS Daily Newscast - July 17, 2019 

The House votes to condemn President Trump’s attacks on women of color in Congress as racist. Also on our Wednesday rundown: A new report forecasts big losses for some states if the ACA is repealed. And a corporate call to flex muscle to close the gender pay gap.

Daily Newscasts


Washington, DC - Rising food prices have the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) thinking about new options to put food on America's tables ...Read More
Des Moines, IA - The number of full-time farmers in the United States declines each year, primarily because of the retirement of long-time farmers ...Read More
Madison, WI - On summer break, children who normally eat lunch and breakfast at school have to eat these meals at home--but their plates may be empty ...Read More
Madison, SD – The fast-growing organic farming industry attracts more new farmers every year. To help them learn management practices and more ...Read More
Minneapolis, MN – Minnesota communities are being encouraged to generate and keep their local homegrown wealth. Minnesota economic consultant ...Read More
Bozeman, MT – "Star gazing" is helping customers at one Montana grocery store, and other markets soon may see the light. Bozeman Community Co- ...Read More
Seattle, WA - Relief is on the way - from the Northwest to North Korea. Seattle-based organizations are leading the first U.S.-funded hunger relief ...Read More
Portland, OR - The fight against hunger is reaching from Portland to North Korea. Two Northwest-based relief agencies, including Portland's Mercy ...Read More
Lyons, NE - More help is on the way in the aftermath of the floods that have soaked at least four million acres of farmland in Iowa and other states ...Read More
Portland, OR – Churches in Oregon are finding new ways to incorporate conservation into their ministries, and a new report shows it's happening ...Read More
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