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PNS Daily Newscast - September 30, 2020 


Trump and Biden square off in a debate marked by interruptions; COVID-19 highlights neglect of undocumented residents.


2020Talks - September 30, 2020 


Last night was filled with interruptions at the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

Public News Service - NV: Budget Policy & Priorities

Las Vegas, NV – The down economy is driving up the number of Nevadans seeking help from charitable organizations this holiday season, but it’s also a tough year for those who want to give. Beverly Salhanick, an attorney with the Nevada Justice Association, advises charitable givers to do

Carson City, NV – Protestors are expected to take issue today (Monday) with Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons' anti-tax "mood" as lawmakers enter a special session to slash another $300 million from the state's budget. Bob Fulkerson, state director of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada,

Las Vegas, NV – It's a hearing on a proposal to build a small rail line, but it's expected to draw big protests today because the Caliente Rail Line would carry tens of thousands of tons of toxic nuclear waste. You had to sign up two weeks in advance to speak at this hearing, but that isn't st

Las Vegas, NV – Nevada's budget troubles are resulting in cuts to major health programs at University Medical Center. The Clark County Commission Tuesday approved cutting seven programs at the Center. Nancy Whitman, president of the Nevada Healthcare Reform Project says the cuts may be "life-

Las Vegas, NV – President-elect Barack Obama declared the economy to be his number-one job, and to that end, Lynn Warne, president of the Nevada State Education Association, says bolstering education would be the next logical step. "He has said repeatedly, and we agree with him, that a sound

Las Vegas, NV – Healthcare access is the top concern of many Native Americans in Nevada, just as it is with other groups. And, with only days until the election, Nevada is one of many states now mulling over the idea of lowering its state contributions to the federal Medicaid program, as a way

Las Vegas, NV - Will the rescue of Wall Street reach Main Street? The eyes of the nation, and the world, will be on the U.S. stock market today as the $700 billion bailout gets its first major test. For Nevada, the big questions are whether the rescue plan will provide a cure for two of the state's

Las Vegas, NV – With 10,000 Nevada homes falling into foreclosure in just one month, many are watching to see if the giant Wall Street bailout will include foreclosure help. That's the big question today as Congress debates the administration's proposed $700 billion bailout plan. Nevada bank

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