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PNS Daily Newscast - September 26, 2018 


Trump takes the gloves off versus Kavanaugh accusers. Also on the Wednesday rundown: rural areas reap benefits from Medicaid expansion; a two-generation approach to helping young Louisiana parents; and a new documentary on the impact of climate change in North Carolina.

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Public News Service - MI: Public Lands/Wilderness

Theobromine, a chemical found in chocolate, can kill bears and other animals. (Greg Hume/Wikimedia)

LANSING, Mich. - Some hunters say "death by chocolate" is not fair game when it comes to the state's bear harvest. Several conservation and hunting organizations in Michigan are calling for a ban on the use of solid chocolate in bear baits. Amy Trotter, deputy director with Michigan United Conserv

Groups are calling for a compromise in Congress to keep the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which expired at the end of September. Credit: Ken Bosma/Flickr

LANSING, Mich. – The future of some conservation projects in Michigan hangs in the balance as Congress debates the reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. The program has been around for 50 years, but expired at the end of September. It helps to protect and preserve public l

About 30,000 pounds of venison are collected each year in Michigan to feed hungry families. Credit: Scott Bauer/USDA

LANSING, Mich. - Michigan's deer hunting season is expected to be better than last year, which could mean more food for the state's hungry. Michigan Sportsman Against Hunger collects about 30,000 pounds of venison each year that is processed and donated to charities that feed people in need. Prog

PHOTO: One acre of wetland can absorb as much as one million gallons of water, according to a recent report from the National Wildlife Federation. Many Michiganders are still recovering from the damage caused by five inches of rain which fell in August. Photo credit: M. Shand.

LANSING, Mich. – As many Michiganders are still cleaning up from the devastating effects of last summer's storms while bracing for winter, a recent report from the National Wildlife Federation suggests some of the best resources for preventing major flooding can be found right outside. Colli

PHOTO: Michigan bird watchers say they are already seeing alterations in the populations and habitats of the state's birds, which they believe are tied to climate change. Photo credit: S. Baker, Straits Area Audubon Society

LANSING, Mich. – Michigan's hunters, anglers, bird watchers and boaters say they are seeing firsthand how climate change is putting the state's outdoor legacy at risk, which is why many sportsmen and women are now raising their voices for climate action. A National Audubon Society study proj

PHOTO: Smallmouth bass are among the Michigan wildlife species at risk because of climate change, because fertilized eggs may not get enough dissolved oxygen in warmer waters, according to a new report from the National Wildlife Federation. Photo credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

LANSING, Mich. – With Mother's Day behind us and Father's Day right around the corner, a new report finds it's a tough time to be a wildlife parent because of the impact of climate change on natural habitats and species. Felice Stadler, senior director for climate and energy with the Nationa

Thousands of tar sands pipelines would criss cross the nation  Courtesy of: Catherine Mann/InsideClimate News

FLINT, Mich. – The Obama administration is expected to make a decision soon on the Keystone XL pipeline that would ship millions of gallons of crude oil from Canada to Texas. A new National Wildlife Federation report warns about bad behavior on the part of the pipeline companies. Among other

Photo: Hunter in Sunrise   Courtesy of: NWF

CHEBOYGAN, Mich. - Anyone who thinks hunters vote mainly on the issue of gun rights might want to think again. A new poll of sportsmen finds the vast majority concerned about things like wildlife habitat and clean water. Most who were surveyed for the National Wildlife Federation consider themselves

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