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PNS Daily Newscast - August 11, 2020 


Small business owners say postal delays make it harder to survive the pandemic; federal stimulus funding falls short for mental health treatment.


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Connecticut updates its election rules, and two Trump allies face off in Georgia's state runoff. Plus, a preview of next week's Democratic National Convention.

Public News Service - NH: Youth

DURHAM, N.H. - At least one in four children has been exposed to physical violence between their parents at some point in their lives, a new report finds, and more than 10 percent witnessed this violence in the past year. Heather Turner, a professor and co-author of the report released by the Unive

CONCORD, N.H. - ADHD, ADD, autism and bi-polar disorder are just a few forms of mental illness and serious emotional disturbances facing kids and teenagers in New Hampshire. While the degree to which they suffer can vary greatly, the need for help by trained medical professionals does not. All kid

CONCORD, N.H. - Cigarettes just got 10 cents per pack cheaper for New Hampshire smokers - or did they? The state will collect a dime less in tax for every pack of cigarettes sold, as part of the state budget likely to be finalized today by the New Hampshire House and Senate. Instead of bringing in

CONCORD, N.H. - Extreme cyber-bullying, peer pressure and unrealistic body image pressures ... Being a teenager today can be tough. Add being gay to the equation and a growing number of kids, feeling they have no one to turn to, are taking their own lives. A recent study shows teen suicide rates for

CONCORD, N.H. - Under the New Hampshire House budget that was approved last week, about 7,500 adults and children who rely on state mental health services will lose them. Ken Norton, with the New Hampshire Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers in Concord, says the cuts would affec

CONCORD, N.H. - Organizers say they expect thousands to gather outside the State House at noon today to call for the House and Senate to scrap a budget proposal that contains deep cuts to social service agencies. They say the cuts would do serious damage to New Hampshire's "safety net." Educators,

CONCORD, N.H. - According to the Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF), between 700 and 800 children live in foster homes in New Hampshire. Many studies point to a correlation between economic stress and increased substance abuse, neglect and abuse in families - the primary reasons child

CONCORD, N.H. - College students from around New Hampshire are expected at the Statehouse today, most to show their opposition to a bill that proposes to alter their voting rights. If House Bill 176 is enacted, students and military members would not be allowed to vote in the towns or districts whe

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