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44 Americans infected, but not all show signs of coronavirus illness; and many NC counties declare themselves 'Second Amendment sanctuaries.'

2020Talks - February 17, 2020 


Nevada's experiment with early caucusing is underway until tomorrow. Some candidates plus some Nevada Culinary Workers Union Local 226 members oppose Medicare for All, but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders defends it, with a study just published making the case for it.

Public News Service - PA: Livable Wages/Working Families

Pittsburgh, PA - The country's major political parties are in the process of putting together their platforms. Over the weekend, one Pittsburgh woman had the unusual opportunity to bend some ears at the Democratic planning session in Ohio. Linda Graham is a healthcare professional who has helped he

Harrisburg, PA – A new "court channel" from the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network is now online to help people understand which court is appropriate for their case, and how to access advice and automatic forms that many courts offer for free. Henry Leone, who helped gather and set up the infor

Philadelphia, PA - Choices, lower costs, and less paperwork. Those are three of the goals of a campaign kicking off today in Pennsylvania, aimed at getting health care reform in place as soon as possible. Jeff Garis with Penn Action says there's a long list of businesses, medical professionals, an

Philadelphia, PA – Could health insurance access be as easy as ABC? Pennsylvania families have been asking for choices in their health care coverage, and the state Senate will soon take up the House-approved "Access to Basic Care" bill, nicknamed "ABC." It would allow the state to offer its ow

Pittsburgh, PA – More than a half-million jobs in Pennsylvania could see growth or higher pay if the economy gets "greener," according to a new report from the Blue Green Alliance, a national strategic coalition of conservation and labor groups led by the Sierra Club and the United Steelworker

Harrisburg, PA - Pennsylvania loses two people every day because they didn't have health insurance, according to a new report from Families USA. Report author Ron Pollack says it adds up to more than 700 working-age Pennsylvanians dying each year because they don't have regular access to healthcare

Harrisburg, PA - Pennsylvania is getting some follow-up care to health care reform this week. The House is expected to vote today on a bill that brings some reform to the health insurance industry. And it comes on top of a vote two weeks ago on legislation offering a new kind of low-cost coverage to

Harrisburg, PA – Health care reform in Pennsylvania is in the "waiting room" for a second opinion. The House has already said yes to low-cost coverage for working families and tax breaks to help small businesses afford coverage for their employees. Now it's up to the Senate to decide if the pl

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