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PNS Daily News - September 18, 2019 


President Trump visits California, targeting its homelessness crisis and environmental protections; and Tennessee is a top destination for out-of-state women seeking abortions.

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Former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh on why he's challenging President Trump; and how Iowa keeps its status as the first caucus of primary season.

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Public News Service - MT: Water

HELENA, Mont. - While Montanans are still dealing with the Yellowstone River pipeline spill, a study comes out today that examines the "worst-case scenarios" if there were a major spill from the proposed Keystone XL pipeline crossing of the Yellowstone and other locations. Report author John Stans

HELENA, Mont. - A U.S. House committee today is to take up a bill that would expand the powers of the Department of Homeland Security by waiving compliance with 36 environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act, within a 100-mile buffer along borders and coastlines. Lynn Scarlett, a former deput

BILLINGS, Mont. - Goats have a reputation for eating just about anything, but oil-covered grass isn't on their preferred menu. Alexis Bonogofsky's family owns Blue Creek Farms along the Yellowstone River south of Billings. Pastures they use for their goats are covered in oil from the Exxon pipeline

BILLINGS, Mont. - The Exxon pipeline rupture into the Yellowstone River is being cited as a reason to give the proposed Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline new scrutiny. The Keystone project, a much larger pipeline, also would cross the Yellowstone, along with the Missouri and 400 other waterways around

BILLINGS, Mont. - Hunting and fishing access on public lands would be boosted in Montana and elsewhere in the nation under a bill re-introduced by Sen. Max Baucus. It would fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund - a pot of money established by Congress decades ago as a way to share revenues

HELENA, Mont. - Camping, hunting and hiking experiences in Montana would likely change if Forest Service budget cuts under the House Republican budget proposal became final, according to a former Forest Service chief who lives in Montana. Dale Bosworth is questioning the decisions because he says

HELENA, Mont. - Round one in the court case challenging the state's decision to lease Otter Creek coal goes to local property owners and environmental organizations. A judge has ruled against the state and Arch Coal's request to dismiss the lawsuit, which alleges that state environmental law was not

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Politics, eminent domain and transportation are up for discussion in Great Falls starting Friday for the 95th annual Montana Farmers Union meeting and convention. The two-day event will also feature educational sessions of interest to everyone, with Montana State University hort

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