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Trump now wants Putin to visit the White House this fall; Also on the Friday rundown: health insurance rates to rise by almost 9 percent in California; and as the climate crises reaches “Zero Hour” young people take a stand.

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Tuesday March 26, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 26, 2013
We’re covering stories from around the nation including: government transparency dropping a grade in Arizona; New Hampshire considering doing away with paper paychecks; Washington lawmakers debate employee privacy in the digital age; and new efforts to make same-sex marriage a reality in New Mexico.

 

Monday March 25, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 25, 2013
Our news rundown today features several stories including: a big city mayor bankrolls a gun law ad blitz; consumer groups work to keep land lines from becoming extinct; the President to designate five new national monuments; and a Pre-K budget battle in North Carolina.

 

Friday March 22, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 22, 2013
On today’s national rundown: civil unions for same sex couples legalized in Colorado; Iowa lawmakers consider workplace accommodations for pregnant women; baseball, apple pie and drones - we have a report on privacy concerns from Virginia.

 

Thursday March 21, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 21, 2013
Featured on today’s national rundown: key issues headed to court—“fracking” in New York and allegations of unruly border agents in Texas; a government watchdog (POGO) accuses the V.A. of covering up delays in veteran’s healthcare; plus the benefits of living in the nation’s “leanest” state.

 

Wednesday March 20, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 20, 2013
Our coast to coast news covers several stories today including: funding woes continuing for higher education; the U.S. divorce rate keeps on a downward trend; lessons to be learned from an Ohio rape trial; and a Utah photog seeks to snap National Park budget cuts.

 

Tuesday March 19, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 19, 2013
We're covering a variety of topics today including ; a coffee brewer told to stay out of politics; a voter I-D law still under consideration in North Carolina; and Texas legislation that would add a lifesaving class to the highschool graduation check-list.

 

Monday March 18, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 18, 2013
Topping today’s national rundown: a report on why defining immigration terms is important to the debate; Medicaid spending projections fall; teacher layoffs continue in California and a experts say identity thieves may be trolling for your tax return.

 

Friday March 15, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 15, 2013
Featured on today’s coast to coast rundown: don’t look now, but the sequester could cancel summer vacation plans for many across the nation; some school support workers will be learning this weekend about ways to prevent bullying; and a success story from West Virginia in getting folks into affordable housing.

 

Thursday March 14, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 14, 2013
On our rundown today: It took the Vatican Conclave just one day - now followers of the Catholic faith have a new pope; we have an in depth report on racial bias allegations in a Texas death row case; and tracking paw prints in the snow to protect wildlife and humans.

 

Wednesday March 13, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 13, 2013
We’re featuring a variety of topics today, including stories on the price tag of drug testing TANF recipients: concerns sequestration could hurt the nation’s recovery; New Mexico public lands dodge a bullet and a new heart warning for a popular antibiotic.

 

Tuesday March 12, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 12, 2013
We’re covering stories from across the country, including a meeting of the minds over climate change in the North West; business and labor leaders in New York talk immigration reform; a study looks at the importance of buckling up for moms-to-be; and how old appliances can generate cash for Missourians.

 

Monday March 11, 2013   PNS Daily News - March 11, 2013
Our coast to coast news covers several stories today including a look at the impact of Federal cuts on women and children; a new program aims to prevent child sexual abuse in Idaho; a Maryland task force helps homeless teens and pre-k advocates encourage the President to go to the library.

 

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