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PNS Daily Newscast - April 13, 2021 


Activists say another Minnesota police shooting adds to the area's trauma and call for action, plus Alabama's Amazon labor organizing builds on decades of civil rights work.


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President Biden calls for peaceful protests after police in Minnesota fatally shoot a Black driver, McConnell slams Biden's infrastructure plan as a Trojan horse, and states are rated for their early voting options.

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A team of community-based organizations across North Carolina recently interviewed dozens of parents of young children for their views about the state's social-emotional health ecosystem. (Adobe Stock)<br />

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A new survey of more than 200 North Carolina parents of young children finds a lot of concern - and at times, panic and even despair - about finding the services their children have needed during the pandemic. The survey, of mostly low-income and Spanish-speaking families, found

The Long-Term Care Trust Act has a lifetime cap on benefits of $36,500. (verbaska/Adobe Stock)
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OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Washington state caregivers are boosting a bill that closes some loopholes in the Long-Term Care Trust Act as it nears the governor's desk. Passed in 2019, the program created a trust fund for Washingtonians through a payroll premium that collects 58 cents for every $100 earned.

Culturally competent care can help improve health outcomes for Black mothers. (Syda Productions/Adobe Stock)
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SEATTLE, Wash -- This week is Black Maternal Health Week and medical professionals are highlighting disparities in health outcomes. Black women are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy-related causes than white women, and four to five times more likely when they're over the age of 3

Of the roughly $1.6 trillion worth of student-loan debt in the United States, more than $336 billion belongs to borrowers aged 50 and older. (Adobe Stock)

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- The fastest-growing age group of those carrying student loan debt might surprise you. Amid calls for the Biden administration to cancel such debt for many Americans, emerging data show it's becoming a growing burden for those 50 and older. According to the Federal Reserve Bank

Senate Bill 465 will offer funding to help farmers reduce runoff into local streams and protect their long-term viability. (Photo: CBF)

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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Farmers and conservationists are praising a bill introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate that would bring funding to stop agricultural runoff from polluting rivers and streams. Senate Bill 465, called the Agriculture Conservation Assistance Program, would provide targeted funding f

Nearly one in three adults say they or someone they know has been asked to purchase a gift card as payment in scams, a common method employed by criminals to steal money. (BFIShadow/Flickr)

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- AARP's Fraud Watch Network is warning Wyoming residents about a new take on an age-old scam targeting older Americans across the country. Seth Boffeli, advisor for the AARP Fraud Watch Network, said criminals are taking advantage of people's sense of charity during the economic fa


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