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PNS Daily Newscast - June 1, 2020 


Protests over Floyd killing go global, as U.S. demonstrations focus on multiple recent victims of alleged lethal police misconduct.

2020Talks - June 1, 2020 


Protests continued over the weekend in police killing of George Floyd, with law enforcement in some cities using force against demonstrators. Former VP Joe Biden urged against violence.

Public News Service - NM: Native American

FARMINGTON, N.M. - An effort is under way to get Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) to clean up nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) being emitted by the San Juan Generating Station. According to New Energy Economy, the coal-fired electric plant emits more than 8.5 million tons of

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Nearly a dozen New Mexico business leaders have written to the White House advocating that President Obama and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and quickly transition to clean energy using public, private and tribal lands. One - David Melton, chief executive officer of Sacred Powe

SANTA FE, N.M. - In just five years, New Mexico has gone from having almost no clean economy jobs, services or products to having almost 18,000 clean economy jobs, and they pay an average wage of $39,000 a year. According to a new report from the Brookings Institution, New Mexico ranks 36th in the c

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - The second U.S. Social Forum kicks off in Detroit Tuesday. Aboard the "People's Freedom Caravan," a number of New Mexicans are on their way to attend this gathering of community, grassroots and social justice groups. Rodrigo Rodriguez of the Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP) li

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - After changes made last week, a wilderness bill for the Organ and Potrillo Mountains in southern New Mexico is being hailed as a model for balancing conservation with national security concerns. The bill would still create more than 300,000 acres of Wilderness and National Conserv

SANTA FE, N.M. - Today the state's Environmental Improvement Board will decide whether to say "enough is enough" to climate change pollution in the Land of Enchantment. The Sierra Club, New Energy Economy and more than a dozen other groups in New Mexico are asking the board to place a science-based

SANTA FE, N.M. - New Mexico may soon be among the first states to regulate the propane industry. For renters and homeowners, that's good news because people who heat their homes and cook with delivered fuel have had questions and complaints about service and pricing - and until now, no state agency

GRANTS, N.M. - This week marks 30 years since the biggest radioactive accident you've probably never heard of - and it happened right here in New Mexico. The Church Rock Spill in the northwestern part of the state occurred on July 16, 1979, when an earthen tailings dam at the Church Rock Uranium Mil

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