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PNS Daily Newscast - October 20, 2020 


GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander comes to the defense of Dr. Anthony Fauci; the NAACP goes to bat over student debt and Election 2020.


2020Talks - October 20, 2020 


Early voting starts in Florida, and North Carolina allows election officials to start the ballot curing process. Plus, Trump's attacks on Dr. Fauci.

Public News Service - NH: Urban Planning/Transportation

Concord, NH - The recession is the driving force behind the decision for many Granite Staters to vacation in-state this summer, which means more vehicles on the road and an increased risk of accidents. Offering tips on safety and ways to stretch travel dollars are Steve Gratton, chief executive offi

Fasten your seat belts - it's going to be a bumpy day in the New Hampshire state Senate today. Among the many bills up for a vote is a newly-amended secondary seat belt bill, which is a primary concern for Joan Porter of Manchester. Porter testified to a senate panel last week that her sister was ki

Concord, NH - To buckle up, or not to buckle up. That is the question in New Hampshire today, as the state House votes on a bill that would require adults to wear automobile seat belts. The state's seat belt law of 2000 that required those under 18 to be restrained in vehicles is being cited as a

Concord, NH – It’s been called one of the Granite State’s biggest controversies at the Capitol – whether or not the state should have a law requiring adults to wear a seat belt. The House Ways and Means Committee takes up the issue today (Monday). Comments from the prime spon

New Hampshire's bridge design office has been extra busy in the wake of last week's highway collapse in Minnesota. Inspectors have been double-checking several local spans, and bridge design administrator Mark Richardson has fielded a flood of phone calls from worried drivers. His response is that

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