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PNS Daily Newscast - February 19, 2019 


President Trump draws a red line with Venezuela’s military authorities. Also on the Tuesday rundown: A judge in the U.S. is sued for calling ICE to detain a bridegroom. Plus, a look at how raising the federal minimum wage could help workers of color.

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Children's Issues

Florida - The numbers are staggering; almost one child in four in Florida is living in poverty and without adequate health care. These statistics ...Read More
Albany, NY — Health, education and the needs of children aren't getting enough attention in this busy and contentious election season. That's ...Read More
Phoenix, AZ – Through the eyes of a child, not enough is being said on the campaign trail about issues that affect kids and their families ...Read More
Nashville, TN - Advocates in Tennessee say it's time for lawmakers to "Step Up For Kids." Events taking place statewide Tuesday are part of a ...Read More
Portland, OR – Nurses are vanishing from Oregon's public schools; only one other state, Utah, ranks lower than Oregon in the number of school ...Read More
Columbus, OH - Finger painting, ABCs and story time may sound like just fun and games, but they are actually the building blocks of a bright academic ...Read More
East Lansing, MI – Preschool really does give kids an edge in learning and development, according to a report released by the Great Lakes ...Read More
Knoxville, TN – More than a quarter-million Tennessee children were living in poverty last year, according to a new report based on Census ...Read More
East Lansing, MI - A report card is out on the value of preschool education, in the form of a new study by the Great Lakes Center for Education ...Read More
Denver, CO - The federal government claims to be hamstrung over deadly safety problems with Simplicity brand bassinets. A design flaw has been blamed ...Read More
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