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PNS Daily Newscast - June 21, 2018 


President Donald Trump reverses course on some aspects of his border policy. Also on the Thursday rundown: With midterms approaching, we take you to a state that you might not expect to be reaching out to Latino voters; and reporter Dan Heyman has a novel angle on the utility of medical marijuana

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Children's Issues

Wyoming's looking good -- at least on paper. The new Kids Count report released today shows the state is up three notches to 25th in the nation for ...Read More
An estimated nine million children in the United States lack health insurance or are underinsured. To help address that, the Senate last week ...Read More
Funding for the State Children's Health Insurance Program, or S-CHIP for short, expires Sept. 30. Congress votes this week on whether to extend the ...Read More
One dollar is worth $4 for Idaho when it comes to the State Children's Health Insurance Program. For each dollar the state spends, it gets four in ...Read More
Funding for the State Children's Health Insurance Program, otherwise called, S-CHIP, expires Sept. 30. Congress votes this week on whether to extend ...Read More
Tennessee's new CoverKids and TennCare health insurance could help more children if Congress helps out. The U.S. House is working on a bill this week ...Read More
The state health insurance system for kids is in triage in Congress. The U.S. House is working on a bill this week that would expand coverage for ...Read More
Nearly 45,000 new Washington children are eligible for health insurance Monday, thanks to an expansion of state insurance coverage for children ...Read More
It's all about the children this week in Congress. The U.S. Senate is taking up a bill that would expand the State Children's Health Insurance ...Read More
A vote expected in the U.S. Senate this week could make or break Wisconsin's health care coverage for uninsured kids. Senate leaders in both parties ...Read More
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