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PNS Daily Newscast - September 25, 2018 


The list of accusers against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to swell. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Hurricane Florence SNAPs North Carolina to attention on the importance of food benefits; plus a new report says young parents need better supports.

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Public News Service - NH: Consumer Issues

Manchester, NH - New Hampshire labor and church leaders are calling on the state's two senators to support health insurance for children. With the Senate about to reauthorize the State Children's Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP), President Bush is still saying he will veto it. That has S-CHIP suppo

Concord, NH – The United States could provide health insurance to more than 400,000 children for the price of a single day of war in Iraq. The "Cost of War" project by the American Friends Service Committee also found the cost of 3.5 days of war in Iraq could pay the tuition to put all student

There's even more reason to buckle up if you're vacationing in small-town New England on this Fourth of July. A new study shows 75 percent of New Hampshire's traffic fatalities take place on rural roadways. That's the 13th worst figure in the country, and Police Chief Russell Lary of the Sunapee-reg

One side says seatbelt laws have been shown to increase use, and save lives. The other side says wearing a seatbelt should be a personal choice. And the face-off is today as the New Hampshire House takes up a bill to require everyone to buckle up. Representative Bob L'Heureux says it's a law he sup

They will be "belting it out" in New Hampshire today as debate gets underway on a bill that would require everyone to wear a seatbelt. The Granite State is the only one without such a law, and those against it say buckling up should be a personal choice, not a law. Addison Masse works for a driver'

New Hampshire is the only one in the nation, and last in the nation, and the rankings are nothing to brag about. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Granite State is the only one without an adult seat belt law, and last in the nation when it comes to observed seat b

It's a loan program that almost everyone who banks in New Hampshire is enrolled in, even though they may not know it -- that is, until they get a bank statement. Most banks now automatically enroll customers in "overdraft protection" loan programs for ATM and debit card transactions. However, a n

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