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PNS Daily Newscast - September 28, 2020 


The New York Times reports President Trump's tax returns show chronic losses; and will climate change make it as a topic in the first presidential debate?


2020Talks - September 28, 2020 


The New York Times obtains President Trump's tax returns, showing chronic loss and debts coming due. And Judge Amy Coney Barrett is Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Public News Service - CO: Education

Denver - A bill scheduled to go before a state house committee today could give working parents the right to take a few hours of unpaid leave from work in order to to get involved in their childrens' education. Parents, like Maria Corral of Denver, say many parents need that time in order to attend

Denver, CO – It's an equation that seems out of balance. The cost of childcare for working parents in Colorado is rising - while, at the same time, younger students are falling behind in school and early education levels are far below average. A new report from the Children's Defense Fund con

Frisco, CO – The speaker of Colorado's house is criss-crossing the state this week to build support for one of the many constitutional amendments on this year's ballot. Rep. Andrew Romanoff, D-Denver, hopes to convince voters to approve Amendment 59, which he says would create a rainy-day fund

Denver, CO - A ballot measure that would create a savings account for Colorado schools is up for a vote in the forthcoming election. If passed, Amendment 59 would invest tax dollars that would otherwise be returned to taxpayers as rebates, creating a "rainy-day fund" for education. Carol Hedges, s

Denver, CO - They're calling it a "back door bureaucratic move" to cut critical health coverage. Public health advocates say the Bush administration has been bypassing Congress, making cuts, and restricting access to Medicaid and other health programs by issuing new federal rules. And if they all go

Denver, CO - It's the busiest shopping day of the year, and many Colorado school districts have been given new hope that they'll receive one of the items near the top of their wish lists. This week, Democratic leaders in the state General Assembly announced a plan to provide up to $1 billion over th

Denver, CO – More grads means more green. That's the argument of advocates who want a state legislative committee to resurrect the idea of dual enrollment for Colorado students, a system that allows them to earn college credits for certain courses while still in high school. Scott Groginsky, o

Denver, CO – There's a great big world outside, and more kids are spending less time exploring it, but a new bill in Congress aims to reverse that trend. As lawmakers gear up to debate renewal of the controversial 'No Child Left Behind' law the "No Child Left Inside Act" would help kids learn

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