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PNS Daily Newscast - May 25, 2018 


President Trump scraps planned talks with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. Also on our Friday rundown: California lawmakers support and emergency hotline for foster kids; and boating is a booming business in states like Minnesota.

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Livable Wages/Working Families

Seattle, WA – Washington is one of the few states where people are making more money, according to the new U.S. Census Bureau report on income ...Read More
Santa Claus is coming early this year, thanks to state workers and inmates at the state Women’s House of Corrections in Goffstown. The ...Read More
New parents in Washington can look forward to five weeks of time off with partial pay, but not until 2009. Washington is the second state to create ...Read More
Washington's largest labor gathering convenes tomorrow, as representatives from the state's 500 labor unions debate what unions should be doing about ...Read More
Injured workers in West Virginia had a near miss late last week. People receiving workers compensation currently get a mileage payback when they ...Read More
A pay raise is on the way in Virginia. Fairfax County has adopted a living wage policy that will bump per hour pay to $12.75 for county employees ...Read More
Hundreds of Long Island patients could be without caretakers come Monday as home care workers take the next step in their efforts to get a contract wi ...Read More
Gov. Spitzer is facing the wrath of welfare reformers and state legislators. The dispute was sparked by his last-minute veto of a bill that would ...Read More
A West Virginia lottery winner is on the losing end of a new ruling in a labor dispute. Construction company owner Jack Whitaker has been in the ...Read More
A 20-member state legislative commission begins work today on a plan to end poverty in Minnesota. Sen. John Marty, co-chairman, Legislative Committee ...Read More
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