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PNS Daily News - June 28, 2017 


Here’s a look at what’s making headlines: Republicans scramble after a vote on health care delayed; a Clean Water Rule repeal comes under scrutiny; and a chemical in a common weed killer declared a carcinogen by California.

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Conservation groups are trying to make sure public lands in Wisconsin and other states stay public, and are not sold off or privatized. (Clean Wisconsin)

MADISON, Wis. – Dozens of groups around the nation representing sportsmen, wildlife, and environmental activists want the candidates for president and state officials to commit to protecting federal lands for future generations. George Meyer, former Wisconsin DNR Secretary and now executive ...Read More

Rural Minnesotans, including farmers, are in St. Paul today, discussing their priorities in how local policymakers are responding to climate change. (iStockphoto)

ST. PAUL, Minn. – How will Minnesota's rural communities weather climate change in the coming years? That's the big question behind the final session of a state-level meeting in St. Paul today. State agencies and residents are talking about how Minnesota's rural communities already are being ...Read More

A group of lawyers hopes to help change the culture behind the wheel. (DodgertonSkillhause/morguefile)

MIAMI – Out of one of the darkest moments in this country's history, the September 11th attacks, came an outpouring of volunteerism across the country. Now, one group hopes to recapture some of that spirit of service with a project aimed at preventing senseless deaths. Fifteen years ago, the ...Read More

Outdoor recreation contributes more than $6 billion in consumer spending to Idaho's economy. (Bob Wick/Bureau of Land Management)

BOISE, Idaho – Sportsmen, wildlife and environmental groups from states around the country, including Idaho, have a request for those running for the White House: Keep public lands in public hands. Forty organizations released a letter this week asking the presidential hopefuls to commit to ...Read More

Native Americans have been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline since April. (Red Warrior Camp)

BISMARCK, N.D. – The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline project could be permanently shut down today, pending a federal judge's decision. Members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North and South Dakota are suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Tribal members say the agency issued impro ...Read More

The new “Changing Tides” report details the threats of climate change to Chesapeake Bay species like the Bay Scallop, and to the people who depend on them. (NWF/Seascout)

RICHMOND, Va. – Climate change is already hitting wildlife and communities on the East Coast, according to a new report. Conservationists say its effects on the Chesapeake Bay mean Virginia has to cut carbon emissions. The National Wildlife Federation research looks at wildlife and recreation ...Read More

Children's advocates are urging Gov. Jerry Brown to sign a bill they say would improve school accountability and close income-based achievement gaps in California. (shironosov/iStockphoto)

OAKLAND, Calif. – This week, more than 300 children's advocacy groups signed a public letter urging Governor Jerry Brown to sign Assembly Bill 2548. The bill directs the state to adopt what the groups believe is a better grading system for schools, that focuses on closing the achievement gap b ...Read More

The Muslim Educational Trust hosts panel discussions and other events regularly to promote understanding between people of different faiths. (Muslim Educational Trust)

PORTLAND, Ore. - This Sunday is the 15th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, and American-Muslim communities across the country still face a backlash. Hate crimes against Muslims in the U.S. have risen, according to the FBI, even as hate crimes against other communities have decreased. Saha ...Read More

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