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PNS Daily Newscast - April 25, 2019 


Multiple sources say Deutsche Bank has begun turning over President Trump's financial documents to New York's A.G. Also on our Thursday rundown: A report on a Catholic hospital that offered contraception for decades, until the Bishop found out. Plus, an oil company loses a round in efforts to frack off the California coast.

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Public News Service - IN: Energy Policy

INDIANAPOLIS - Telecom companies want to change the Indiana rules for "provider of last resort," a requirement that they provide phone service to customers even when the customer is not profitable. John Koppin, president of the Indiana Telecommunications Association, says that, under House Bill 11

INDIANAPOLIS - Bills have been introduced in both chambers of the Indiana General Assembly to slam the brakes on nearly all expansion of I-Light, the state-created and subsidized fiber-optic network that links Indiana University, Purdue, and other universities in Indiana. Dave Jent, associate vice

INDIANAPOLIS - For more than a year, Indiana utility watchdog groups have urged the state Utility Regulatory Commission to investigate the impact of "ex parte" or private conversations about the Duke Energy Edwardsport project which took place between Indiana regulators and Duke. In an IURC filing

INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana mass transit is an issue taking center stage at the Hoosier Environmental Council's annual "Greening the Statehouse" forum this Saturday, December 10. Council executive director Jesse Kharbanda says 96 cents of every dollar spent by the state on transportation goes to highways

EVANSVILLE, Ind. - Vectren South customers pay the highest electricity rates in the state - and many of those ratepayers are expected to show up at an Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) field hearing tonight in Evansville to comment on Vectren's latest request to recover its costs. Evansvi

INDIANAPOLIS - Uncertainty looms over the future of federal funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) - which last year provided 165,000 low-income Hoosiers with about $355 for their winter heating bills. In the meantime, says Dave Menzer, chair of the Coalition to Keep Ind

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - As Indiana and Michigan Power asks state regulators for a rate increase, an anonymous donor in St. Joseph County is helping offset what will likely be deep cuts to federal home-energy assistance programs which help poor families pay utility bills. Dawn Chapla with United Way of S

INDIANAPOLIS - The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) is leading the way for advancements in efficiency, sustainability and clean energy sources, according to a new report by the Pew Project on National Security, Energy and Climate. Indiana University associate professor of law Eric Dannenmaier is im

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