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PNS Daily Newscast - July 17, 2018 


Trump says he is not buying U.S. intelligence as he meets with Putin. Also on the rundown: as harvest nears farmers speak out on tariffs; immigrant advocates say families should not be kept in cages; and a call for a deeper dive to the Lake Erie algae troubles.

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Public News Service - VA: Senior Issues

Richmond, VA - The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that in the next 20 years, Virginia's elder population will increase by 130 percent, and this month, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine is scheduled to review a possible raise for personal care assistants to help those aged Virginians. It's a job that keeps

Richmond, VA - A new report out this week shows Virginia workers are earning more than they did at the start of the decade, but the increase is not nearly enough to keep up with the skyrocketing cost of health care premiums. The Families USA report found median earnings rose more than 20 percent in

Richmond, VA - Millions of dollars that belong to Virginians are going unclaimed, as almost 125,000 Virginians have yet to file the necessary forms to receive their economic stimulus payments from the federal government. Michael Cassidy of the Commonwealth Institute says that's because many older a

Richmond, VA - Got stimulus? The April 15th "tax day" has come and gone, but for many Virginians, it's not too late to file a tax form and get some money from Uncle Sam. The federal "economic stimulus package" payments will arrive beginning in May, but they'll only be mailed to people who filed thei

Richmond, VA - Predators want to cheat you out of your "economic stimulus" check. Phones across Virginia already are ringing with offers to speed up your pay-out if you just give the caller your personal information. If you do that, says Carolyn Spohrer of the Virginia Community Action Partnership

Roanoke, VA - It's a different twist on 'unlawful search and seizure' - cases of illegal 'seizure' from banks apparently unwilling to 'search' for the right information. Many Virginia banks allow creditors to garnishee the accounts of Social Security recipients, even though Federal law prohibits sei

Richmond, VA - Virginia home health caregivers are feeling a little queasy as the legislative session wraps up. That's because the Virginia General Assembly says it won't take up raises for the state's personal care assistants this year. David Broder, executive director of the Virginia Association

Richmond, VA – About 8.7 million Americans make up the so-called "Sandwich Generation," caught between caring for both children and an elderly parent, according to a new study from AARP. Experts say it's a tough situation that can mean incredible stress for everyone involved. David Broder wit

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