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PNS Daily Newscast - July 23, 2019 


A bipartisan deal reached to avert U.S. government default. Also on our Tuesday rundown: a new report calculates the high hospital costs for employers. Plus, new legislation could help protect Florida's at-risk wildlife.

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Public News Service - PA: Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Harrisburg, PA - Teens from across Pennsylvania will have a rare chance to talk with their state lawmakers today - about sex. It's Planned Parenthood lobby day in Harrisburg. The young people attending today's rally want to see schools move away from abstinence-only sex education and toward more com

Harrisburg, PA - Planned Parenthood of Pennsylvania is hoping a new president brings a new policy on how we deal with children when it comes to sex education. Specifically, the organization wants the Obama administration to end the federal government's dependence on funding abstinence-only programs

Philadelphia, PA - Planned Parenthood supporters are hitting the pavement this weekend to talk to Pennsylvania women about what's at stake for them on Election Day. They'll canvass in Lansdale and hold events around the state on Saturday, speaking to voters about what their decisions at the polls co

Harrisburg, PA – Gov. Rendell is considering accepting federal money for sex education in schools. That would mean no more talking about the "birds and the bees," because the money is for "abstinence only until marriage" teaching. Terri Klein in Pittsburgh is the mother of two teen boys. She

Philadelphia, PA – Wearing pink to make candidates think, Pennsylvanians are demonstrating outside the presidential debate tonight in Philadelphia to focus on what women want from candidates in this election: Make women's health a priority. Sari Stevens, with Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania

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