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PNS Daily Newscast - February 26, 2021 


A new study finds big gains in living-wage jobs under Biden Infrastructure Plan; U.S. House passes major protections for LGBTQ Americans.


2021Talks - February 26, 2021 


A $15 minimum wage is out for now; Capitol Police on past and current threats; House passes major milestone for equality; and voting rights targeted across the nation.

Public News Service - MA: Civic Engagement

The ACLU will be in court this morning, asking a judge for emergency relief so that three Bay State residents can vote Tuesday. (Mass.Gov)

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BOSTON -- A court will decide Monday whether three Bay Staters will get to cast a ballot on Election Day. It's part of a bigger challenge to the Commonwealth's 20-day voter registration cutoff law. Legislative counsel Gavie Wolfe with the ACLU of Massachusetts said the courts take voting rights ver

Question 3 on Massachusetts' November ballot would prohibit cruel confinement of farm animals. (HSUS)

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BOSTON -- When Commonwealth voters cast their ballots in November, one box they may check will for Question 3: a measure to prohibit cruelty in the confinement of farm animals. There are currently no rules for the confinement of farm animals in Massachusetts, said Paul Shapiro, vice president of f

MTA President Barbara Madeloni joins parents and educators for today's National School Walk-In Day, calling attention to the need to fully fund public education. (Mass. Teachers Assn)

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BOSTON – All across the state, parents and educators at dozens of Bay State Schools today are taking part in National School Walk-In Day. Barbara Madeloni, president of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, says the main theme is supporting Schools that Our Students Deserve. She says peo

Local advocates for renters' rights say far too many Massachusetts residents are living on the edge of homelessness. (RightToTheCity)

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Advocates for renters' rights say too many tenants in the Bay State live each day on the edge of homelessness. The median income in Springfield is $35,000, but many residents struggle to pay local housing costs because they earn far less, according to Michelin Bewsee, ex

The janitors who clean the T and their supporters rally today against job cuts they say could leave the MBTA a mess. (SEIU)

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BOSTON — The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority plans to cut one-third of the workforce that cleans the "T" stations in the Boston area as part of a plan to balance its budget. But janitors and their supporters will be out in force on Monday to stand against the cutbacks. Cambridge V

A coalition is urging cities and towns across the Bay State to take a robust approach to setting up the state's first ever early voting days. (LWV MA)

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BOSTON -- As the Bay State prepares for its first election with early voting in November, a coalition urged municipalities to go the extra mile to prepare. According to Meryl Kessler, executive director with the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, the new law is pretty bare bones: it only dire

Cambridge school librarian Liz Phipps Soeiro is one of eight Bay State educators who gave an

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BOSTON - Most of us have heard of Ted Talks, in-depth discussions of life and current issues, but Bay State teachers just concluded a series of ED Talks meant to inspire fellow teachers to network on new ideas as we head toward the new school year. Liz Phipps Soeiro is a school librarian in Cambri

Opponents of Spectra Energy's natural gas pipeline plan are marching more than 40 miles today to protest transporting fracked gas into the Bay State. (350 Mass)

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BOSTON – Opponents of building new fracking gas pipelines in Massachusetts plan to march more than 40 miles today to call attention to their cause. The march traces the route of the proposed Spectra Energy pipeline, according to Emily Kirkland, director of organizing for the group 350 Mass f

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