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PNS Daily Newscast - January 22, 2021 


Biden revokes permit for Keystone XL Pipeline; Dr. Anthony Fauci expresses relief at being able to speak honestly about COVID-19.


2021Talks - January 22, 2021 


Cabinet appointments moving along: SecDef nominee Lloyd Austin's Senate confirmation may come today. Tribal reaction to Biden's permit cancellation of Keystone XL Pipeline, plus new details on COVID-response.

Public News Service - CT: Civic Engagement

PHOTO: A new study by the League of Women Voters of Connecticut finds the type of primary does not seem to matter, but more education is needed to boost voter turn out. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

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HARTFORD, Conn. - While candidates are busy trying to persuade Connecticut resident to choose them at the ballot box in just over a month, local voting rights advocates have been studying trends to try to boost participation at the polls. According to Gloria Bent, co-president of the League of Wome

Photo: Oral arguments could come next week in a challenge to recent changes in Connecticut's campaign finance law. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

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HARTFORD, Conn. – You might call it Connecticut's version of Citizen's United – and the case could be headed for oral arguments next week. The Democratic Governors Association (DGA) wants an injunction to prevent the state from enforcing campaign finance law, because the governors say

Photo: Friday is National Bike to Work Day, promoted as being good for your health and the environment. Photo credit: Alliance for Biking and Walking

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HARTFORD, Conn. – It's time to check your tire pressure and pull out your helmet to join those who will be cycling to work Friday for National Bike to Work Day in Connecticut. State Sen. Beth Bye says she enjoys biking to work on a regular basis, and for those who live close to work, the eve

OHOTO: Nearly 11 thousand cyclists and pedestrians have been injured or killed on Connecticut roadways since 2006 but advocates say a new measure headed to Governor Dannel Malloy will provide a deterrent and raise awareness for local drivers to safely share the road. Photo credit: www.pedbikeimages.org/Laura Sandt

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HARTFORD, Conn. – It took five years of trying, but a bill is now finally headed for the governor's signature that proponents say will protect pedestrians, cyclists and others who share the roads with motor vehicles. Kelly Kennedy, executive director of Bike Walk Connecticut, says the measure

PHOTO: Connecticut is not cost-effective turf for natural-gas

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HARTFORD, Conn. – Connecticut may not be the most welcoming or cost-effective state for natural gas fracking, but conservation advocates are nevertheless sending an Earth Week message to ban fracking waste from entering the state. It has been a busy week for John Calandrelli, program director

PHOTO: This month, Connecticut became the 15th state to allow residents to register to vote online. Photo credit: @mlcliff

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HARTFORD, Conn. - Don't wait until the summer, when you may be on vacation and miss the deadline. Thanks to a new change in state law, Connecticut residents can now register online to vote. For those who want to cast a ballot in the primary election for this year's governor's race, there's still ple

PHOTO: It's back to work for state lawmakers, and already, there's a call for legislative reforms. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

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HARTFORD, Conn. - It's back to work for state lawmakers, and already there's a call for legislative reforms. Lawmakers' ability to change the entire subject matter of a measure with what they call a "strike-all" amendment is a big problem when it comes to transparency, said Cheryl Dunson, co-presid

Photo: A local commuter advocate says Metro North riders who have been experiencing extra long commutes since recent derailments

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HARTFORD, Conn. - The year 2013 saw fatal derailments, track deaths and collisions on the Metro-North Railroad, and a local commuter advocate believes that the wish of most riders for next year is pretty basic. Metro-North riders don't like being left without information, according to the advocate,

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