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PNS Daily News - September 22, 2020 


The Supreme Court vacancy raises stakes for a reproductive-rights campaign; voter-registration deadlines are just around the corner; and the pandemic compounds child-care woes.


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It's National Voter Registration Day. Plus, the Supreme Court and abortion are back, center stage, in the election spotlight.

Public News Service - ND: Environment

South Heart, ND – Residents around the small western North Dakota town of South Heart are unhappy about plans to build a coal gasification plant nearby. The proposed site also is within 15 miles of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Concerned citizens want an environmental impact study done be

Fargo, ND - There's no excuse for American inaction on global warming, according to a new study. So far, the United States has largely refused to take the lead in reducing global warming, arguing that agreements like the Kyoto Protocol need to be undertaken by developed and developing countries alik

Cooperstown, ND – Demand for wind energy is growing so fast, some communities in North Dakota aren't waiting for outsiders to build wind farms. In Griggs and Steele counties, local landowners and investors are developing a community-owned wind farm. The homegrown wind energy development entity

Fargo, ND – North Dakota is just entering the new world of biofuels, with two active ethanol plants and more on the drawing board. But a new report from the National Academy of Sciences finds augmented ethanol production could also increase pollution from agricultural runoff. Martha Noble with

Fargo, ND – Environmental hazards can be found in many remote places of the country, including North Dakota's tribal lands. One of the challenges for Indian tribes is finding trained people who can recognize environmental hazards and plan for their cleanup. Now, a training course is being offe

From the Chain of Lakes Recreation Area to the Schnell Recreation Area, North Dakotans are heading to the great outdoors to help protect the state’s natural treasures. Saturday is “National Public Lands Day,” a time to clean up and improve public lands and parks. Jen Schmidt with t

Bismarck, ND – According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), farmers' conservation efforts can reduce soil erosion, filter out pollutants from groundwater and provide a habitat for wildlife. However, current U.S. farm policy often encourages farmers to do exactly the opposite.

The Energy Bill that passed the Senate in June will now be taken up by the House. For the first time in nearly three decades, Senators voted to require the auto industry to make vehicles that are more fuel-efficient. That will help save consumers money at the pump, cut our dependence on oil, and lo

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