PNS Daily Newscast - May 18, 2018 

Giuliani says Trump will likely start preparing for a sit-down with Robert Mueller. Also on the rundown: A new report says SNAP changes would require a massive expansion of bureaucracy; and in the West, there's a win for sage grouse.

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Public News Service - WY: Livable Wages/Working Families

Casper, WY - Insurance companies and the Governor give kudos to the public-private partnership that insures low-income children in Wyoming. However, the state's Congressional delegation still decided to back President Bush's veto of a plan to extend Wyoming's "Kid Care CHIP" plan, along with all oth

Cheyenne, WY – Wyoming's "Kid Care CHIP" offices have been flooded with calls from parents concerned that President Bush's recent veto of the State Children's Health Insurance Program means their kids will lose critical health insurance coverage. They're being told they can still take their ki

Cheyenne, WY – The economy is growing at the fastest pace in four years, while many working families fail to share in the prosperity, according to working family advocates in Wyoming. State residents are being encouraged to “stand up” this Labor Day Weekend to make sure paychecks k

Cheyenne, WY – New Census numbers show the Equality State is one of the most profitable states for running a business, while workers are failing to share in the prosperity. Dan Neal, with the Equality State Policy Center, says, while some companies are earning profits, most Wyoming residents

Cody, WY - President Bush is expected to sign the federal minimum wage boost bill soon, which would raise wages of thousands of Wyomingites currently earning $5.15 an hour to $7.25 an hour over a two-year period. Warren Murphy, of the Wyoming Association of Churches, is pleased that this first minim

Cheyenne, WY - Wyoming is number one....and there aren't any bragging rights to the ranking. Wyoming is tops in the nation when it comes to the rate of on-the-job deaths, according to a new report, "Death on the Job, the Toll of Neglect," from the AFL-CIO. Kim Floyd with the Wyoming AFL-CIO says jo

Wyoming women appear to be savvier when it comes to retirement planning, according to a new report from the Employee Benefits Research Institute. The report shows Wyoming women are more likely than men to contribute to a retirement fund at work, like a 401k. Report author Craig Copeland says men pr

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