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PNS Daily Newscast - August 13, 2020 


Minutes after Biden selected Harris as VP, she throws first punch at Trump; teachers raise their hands with safety concerns.


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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris made their first public appearance and running mates. President Trump called Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene a GOP "star," despite her support for baseless conspiracy theory QAnon.

Public News Service - NH: Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault

Concord, NH – A new facet of domestic violence is getting attention, as experts gauge the increased risks for women who have disabilities. A study presented at this week's American Public Health Association meeting indicates that women with a disability are almost three times more likely to re

Boston, MA – The statute of limitations for filing a civil lawsuit related to childhood sexual abuse is being extended to 12 years after the victim's 18th birthday, an increase of five years. Gov. John Lynch is signing the extension into law today. The law is needed, victim advocates say, beca

Concord, NH - Attorney General Kelly Ayotte is getting a haircut today to help fight domestic violence in New Hampshire. It's part of a program called "Cut it Out," which is training hair stylists to recognize the signs of domestic and sexual abuse, and help guide victims to sources of help in the G

Concord, NH - Debate is raging in the State House over just how closely New Hampshire should track sex offenders. Last week, a Senate committee removed key provisions of the state's proposed "Adam Walsh" law, turning down calls from police and victims' advocates to suspend the driver's licenses of o

Concord, NH - Gov. John Lynch and Congressman Paul Hodes are standing up for women today. It's White Ribbon Day in New Hampshire, and the two dignitaries are urging the state's males take a stand against domestic and sexual violence against women. In 2007, nearly 10,000 women received help through

Concord, NH - On the Statehouse lawn, the scope of domestic and sexual violence in New Hampshire will be on display in observance of Victim's Rights Day on Tuesday. The "Clothesline Project" includes brightly colored t-shirts representing hundreds of the state's 8,000 victims who sought help in the

Nashua, NH – Washington D.C. says the economy is "contracting," and shelters for victims of sexual violence are seeing some of the consequences. The number of "bed nights" spent in Granite State domestic violence shelters soared 21 percent last year, to a total of more than 12,000. Dawn Reams

Concord, NH – On a typical day in New Hampshire, 235 people seek help from a crisis center because of domestic violence, and some are turned away because of shortages of money and staff. That's the word from a new study by the National Network to End Domestic Violence that counted calls for he

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