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PNS Daily Newscast - May 14, 2021 


Backers of electric vehicles say southeastern gas shortage highlights need to diversify U.S. energy system; more than 40 attorneys general urge Facebook to stop plans to create kids' version of Instagram.


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People who've been vaccinated can ditch their masks; Biden says fuel shortages are only temporary; and Republicans press for ending federal pandemic unemployment payments.

Public News Service - WA: Hunger/Food/Nutrition

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Vancouver, BC – The oceans are being stripped of a major food source – not only for oceangoing fish and birds, but for people - according to a nine-year study from the University of British Columbia (UBC). It calls the trend "alarming," that more than one-third of the fish caught in the

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Seattle, WA - Sushi lovers will have an unusual new source of information about seafood safety beginning today. The Seattle Aquarium plans to unveil a new "sustainable sushi" reference card, electronic or printed, to help sushi-lovers make smarter choices about the fish they eat. The new card is a

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Seattle, WA - When Russia invaded the former Soviet Republic of Georgia last week, a group of humanitarian aid workers didn't plan to be in the middle of the fighting. But now the team from Mercy Corps, with offices in Seattle, is in a unique position to help some of the evacuees, handing out emerge

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Seattle, WA - Relief is on the way - from the Northwest to North Korea. Seattle-based organizations are leading the first U.S.-funded hunger relief mission to the isolated country in eight years. Joy Portella with Mercy Corps, one of the groups involved, says high global food prices are hitting Nor

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Seattle, WA – With summer vacation starting for thousands of Washington kids, child development experts warn that boredom and "brain drain" are likely to set in within a few weeks if children don't stay active and engaged. Research shows they lose the equivalent of two to three months of learn

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Spokane, WA – Washington's representatives in the U.S. House were split 5 to 4, just barely in favor of the new U.S. Farm Bill, which is an indication of just how controversial it has been. The $288 billion legislation sets U.S. agriculture policy for the next five years. After two years of C

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Olympia, WA – As this year's Washington legislative session draws to a close today, it may be remembered as one of the "greenest" in history. Lawmakers have approved an ambitious package of bills that pave the way for setting limits on global warming pollution; providing for green-collar job t

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Kent, WA – Today is "Hunger Action Day" at the Washington Legislature, and the focus is feeding the state's poorest kids at school. Last year, a co-payment of 40 cents was eliminated for kids' lunches in grades K through 3, and school cafeterias have seen a sharp increase in the number of meal

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