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PNS Daily Newscast - February 26, 2020 


Seven Democrats debate in South Carolina. And helping kelp forests off the West coast.

2020Talks - February 25, 2020 


Tonight's the last debate before the South Carolina primaries, but it's also the last before Super Tuesday, which includes California and its 494 delegates.

Public News Service - NV: Civic Engagement

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 – A Nevada tribe is offering to help the new administration keep watch over public lands. The Reno Sparks Indian Colony is offering President-elect Obama its help in providing security on Indian and other federally owned public lands. The tribe criticizes Bush Administration budg

Las Vegas, NV – They have been called the Silver State's Sleeping Giant: the more than 190,000 eligible registered Hispanic voters in Nevada. Politicians of every political stripe are working to win them over in the final hours before the Nov. 4 election. Nevada is ranked number seven in the

Las Vegas, NV – The clock is ticking for an estimated 20,000 Nevadans who have paid their debts to society and have a chance to regain their right to vote, in time for the upcoming presidential election. Under a new state law, most people who have served their time for non-violent offenses can

Las Vegas, NV – Nevadans are the new kids on the block when it comes to early presidential caucuses, but a new poll finds they're catching on quickly. One in four Democrats now say they plan to vote in the state caucuses in Nevada and that's only a couple points behind the number of people mak

Las Vegas, NV – With a coveted spot near the start of the Presidential primary season, Nevada will carry some weight in deciding the nominees. However, a recent survey suggests only a small percentage of the state's residents will wield that power. Barry Gold, director of government relations

Carson City, NV – Democracy and freedom depend on the legal system, and the ability of everyday citizens to access that system. To that end, Nevadans are getting some free nuts-and-bolts advice this fall at the "People's Law School." Attorney Ann Price McCarthy says it's a chance to find out e

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