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PNS Daily Newscast - September 23, 2020 

U.S. COVID-19 deaths double in last 4 months as total tops 200,000; poll workers in short supply as Texas registers a record number of voters.

2020Talks - September 23, 2020 

Mitt Romney supports putting a Supreme Court nominee to a vote. Plus, $20 million raised so far to pay court fees, fines for returning citizens to vote after being incarcerated.

Public News Service - NM: Livable Wages/Working Families

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - They call the project "Feed the 'Hood," but the latest community garden to start up in Albuquerque's International District this summer is about more than just growing a few vegetables. The garden on Wellesley and Ross is collectively run by the community on city-owned land. Orga

SANTA FE, N.M. - Tea Party Tax Day protests are planned across the country today, including a few in New Mexico, but some analysts say the common claim associated with the group - that the Obama administration is raising taxes as part of a "socialist agenda" - doesn't square with reality. Gerry B

SANTA FE, N.M. - More details of a reported budget deal emerged as lawmakers made their way back to Santa Fe for the special session that began Monday afternoon. They include a funding cut of about two percent for most state agencies for next year, and a one-percent cut to public education funding,

SANTA FE, N. M. - They are cuts that could leave serious scars, according to New Mexico educators and other public employees. A bill (SB 246) making its way through the state Senate would cut pay for public employees making more than $20,000 a year. Proponents say it's just another tough but necess

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The national economy continued to lose more jobs in January, according to new numbers from the government, and leaders in New Mexico say city and county governments and local non-profits hold the key to putting people back to work quickly. Albuquerque city councilor Rey Gardu&#

SANTA FE, NM. - When New Mexico lawmakers return to Santa Fe next week, they face the same tough choices as many other states; more cuts to social services and education, or raising taxes and eliminating tax loopholes and exemptions. The Better Choices New Mexico alliance is giving lawmakers nine id

TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, N.M. - A new report card from the Corporation for Enterprise Development looking at economic opportunity in New Mexico gives the state a 'D' overall. Thanks to a successful foreclosure-prevention program, the Land of Enchantment scored high in areas like housing and home owner

SANTA FE, N.M. - The debate over the role of race in American politics continues to simmer in the wake of the resignation of the nation's African-American green jobs czar and comments by former President Jimmy Carter accusing some Obama critics of racism. In New Mexico, community organizers say issu

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