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PNS Daily Newscast - January 26, 2021 


LGBTQ+ groups celebrate President Joe Biden's reversal of Trump ban on transgender people in the military; Articles of Impeachment delivered -- Trump first President impeached twice.


2020Talks - January 26, 2021 


Senate prepares for impeachment trial; SCOTUS ends emolument suits against Trump, but Guiliani faces new liability. SecTreas Yellen confirmed, Huckabee announces AR gubernatorial run as other GOP Senators step down. Transgender people back in the military and Biden unveils his "Buy American" plan while First Lady gets active; and Harriet Tubman may become first Black American on U.S. currency.

Public News Service - TN: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention

PHOTO: Mothers Against Drunk Driving in Tennessee is reminding people to have a designated sober driver for their holiday festivities. Photo credit: Alan Cleaver/Flickr.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The holiday season in Tennessee is one of fun with friends and family, but it's also the deadliest time on the roads because of drunk driving. Kate Ritchie, state program director with Mothers Against Drunk Driving in Tennessee, says because of the increased risk, they're once aga

PHOTO: Gov. Bill Haslam has until Tuesday to decide whether to sign legislation that allows a pregnant woman to be charged with a crime for drug use if it harms her baby. Photo credit: Daniel Lobo/Flickr

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Time is running out for Gov. Bill Haslam to make his decision on a bill that would allow Tennessee women to be charged with a crime for drug use during pregnancy if it harms the baby. It is an idea that has raised concern among medical professionals, including physician Pamela Gon

PHOTO: Saying it would unfairly burden senior citizens and other consumers, AARP-Tennessee is opposing a proposal to restrict the purchase of medicines that can be used to make methamphetamine. Photo credit: Tbiley
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The goal is to curb the production of methamphetamine in Tennessee, but concerns are being raised about the unintended impact that restricting sales of certain medicines will have on law-abiding consumers. Gov. Bill Haslam has proposed limiting the purchase of cold and allergy pr

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Parents have historically disciplined their children by spanking, but a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says there's a significant link between children who are disciplined with harsh physical punishment and increased likelihood that those children will de

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Recent U.S. Housing and Urban Development grants of nearly $190 million are expected to help hundreds of local homeless assistance programs across the country, and some of the money is coming to Tennessee. Welcome Home Ministries in Nashville will receive more than $250,000 to exp

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Almost ten years ago, in 2000, country singer Garth Brooks was at the top of his career, bringing in millions of dollars a year, when he suddenly retired from performing and recording to spend time with his daughters. Now, he says, he's coming out of retirement and returning to th

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Nashville, TN – Look more closely at the massive Wall Street bailout bill and you'll find what consumer advocates are calling a victory for mental health care. Tucked into the legislation is the "Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act," which requires insurance companies to cover treatm

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Nashville, TN – This theater troupe is proudly rated "PG-13," and its aim is to attract the attention of Tennessee teenagers. The "PG-13 Players" is a teen peer education group that uses live performance and interactive question-and-answer sessions to help high school students talk about their

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