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PNS Daily Newscast - May 29, 2020 


More than a dozen Internal Affairs complaints against the Minneapolis Police officer involved in the death of George Floyd - we report on what's behind the current tensions.

2020Talks - May 29, 2020 


Republican Voters Against Trump just launched and plans to spend 10 dollars on the 2020 campaign. And President Trump signed an executive order making social media companies liable for content their users post.

Public News Service - OR: Salmon Recovery

Portland, OR – The National Organic Standards Board is meeting this week to determine if farmed salmon can be labeled organic. Critics say raising farmed salmon in underwater pens causes pollution problems and makes the fish susceptible to disease. Chef Vitaly Paley, owner of Paley's Place in

Portland, OR – A group of marine scientists is talking turkey about salmon this Thanksgiving. They're asking the federal government to come up with a real solution to salmon recovery in the Northwest before endangered killer whales ("Orcinus orca"), salmon and communities that depend on salmon

Medford, OR – Congress has a wild week in store, as a House subcommittee hears testimony on six wilderness bills, including one from Oregon. The "Copper Salmon Wilderness Act" would protect a 12,000-acre parcel of lands and rivers in Southwestern Oregon. Supporters say it's critical to ensure

Eugene, OR – The newest federal salmon recovery plan has been released, and salmon advocates say the future is no brighter for the Pacific Northwest's native fish, or the the communities, fishermen and businesses that rely on them. Conservationists, fishermen and community leaders are calling

It's been called one of the finest salmon runs on the West Coast, and now, the Copper Salmon region in Southern Oregon is one step closer to permanent wilderness protection. Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Peter DeFazio introduced the Copper Salmon Wilderness Act this week, which would set asid

Portland, OR – The shake-up over Idaho Senator Larry Craig's possible departure from office has some conservationists worried about the man who could fill his shoes on some key decisions. Oregon Senator Gordon Smith says he'll gladly take over as the Northwest's representative for timber and

Seattle, WA - An economic disaster could be looming for commercial fishermen and fishing communities in Oregon. The Pacific Fishery Management Council is meeting this week to determine the length and quantity of this year's fishing season. But with Columbia salmon runs projected to be very poor, t

There's something "fishy" in the hallowed halls of Congress today. A new bill would require independent economic and scientific review of federal salmon recovery efforts in the Pacific Northwest. Liz Hamilton with the Northwest Sportsfishing Industry Association says recovery efforts have to conside

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