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PNS Daily Newscast - October 18, 2018 


Robert Muller now expected to reveal findings of his probe right after the November Midterm Elections. Also on the Thursday rundown: the poorest people pay the highest taxes in states like Nevada; and the terminator fights gerrymandering.

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Rural/Farming

St. Paul, MN - Some state lawmakers are asking Governor Pawlenty to call a special legislative session to provide flood relief to Southeastern ...Read More
Healthy people and a healthy planet are the hot topics at the Wisconsin Farmers Union convention today in Chippewa Falls. The event brings together ...Read More
A stroke of the pen means drought relief will finally be on the way to South Dakota farmers and ranchers left out of the recent disaster relief bill b ...Read More
"Two versions of the new U.S. Farm Bill will be awaiting Congress when it returns from its summer vacation. Iowa Farmers Union president Chris ...Read More
Sign-up is underway for a program designed to get more Minnesotans into farming. Farm Beginnings spokeswoman Amy Bacigalupo explains it involves ...Read More
It isn't often that the Iowa Department of Natural Resources rejects a construction permit for a factory farm, but that's what happened to a proposed ...Read More
As lawmakers negotiate the final state budget, farmers and food lovers are watching closely. On the table is the "Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin" budget ...Read More
It's been 30 years since a federal law was put in place to try to limit environmental damage during coal strip mining projects. A Bull Mountain ...Read More
Two million dollars for about 600 kinds of critters. That's the new deal in Montana. The legislature put aside $1 million to spend on all wildlife ...Read More
It's a "cash cow" that many think should be put out to pasture. The U.S. House has passed a Farm Bill that didn't do much to limit farm payments to ...Read More
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