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PNS Daily Newscast - November 21, 2017 


The Trump administration shows 50,000 Haitians the door; also on the rundown; graduate students say the GOP Tax Bill is a primary concern; net neutrality in the balance today; plus a look at whether music can be a deterrent to juvenile crime.

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Archive: August 29, 2017

The Montana Legislature rejected bills this session that would have raised revenue for the state. (Tracy/Flickr)

Helena, Mont. – What got Montana into its current fiscal crisis? Some Montanans are pointing to legislation from 2003 that cut tax rates, mostly for the state's wealthiest. According to the Montana Budget and Policy Center, the legislation has cost the state about one billion dollars since i ...Read More

A new summer institute launched by the University of Denver is part of an effort to create a global women's leadership network. (Rhododendrites/Wikimedia Commons)

DENVER – From record-breaking crowds at the Women's March, to ongoing protests in Venezuela and sustained mobilization in Zimbabwe, women are driving movements to resist authoritarianism and create progressive social change. Erica Chenoweth, a professor at the University of Denver's Korbel S ...Read More

Herb and berry farmer Rachel Tayse of Columbus says new farmers need support to build a sustainable operation. (Rachel Tayse)<br />

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Over a third of all farmers are reaching retirement age, which puts the future of food in the hands of the next generation of farmers. But, creating a successful agricultural operation can be an uphill battle. The 2014 National Young Farmers Survey found the biggest barriers ...Read More

Ryan Karnoski, S/Sgt. Cathrine

NEW YORK – Civil rights organizations have filed lawsuits to block President Trump's ban on military service by transgender people from going into effect. A presidential directive issued late Friday bars transgender individuals from enlisting, prohibits coverage for certain medical procedure ...Read More

Aaron Tobias inspects what is left of his Rockport home after Hurricane Harvey made landfall Saturday as a Category 4 storm with 130-mph winds. (JoeRaedle/GettyImages)

ROCKPORT, Texas – Consumer advocates are advising Texas property owners who sustained damage from Hurricane Harvey to file a claim with their insurance company as soon as possible. A law passed by the Texas Legislature, called the "Blue Tarp" bill, goes into effect on Friday and will make it ...Read More

A recent study by the Energy and Policy Institute showed that rooftop solar has generated 260,000 jobs in Arizona in recent years.(MT Aero)

TUCSON, Ariz. – Conservation advocates in Tucson are asking everyone to turn off their lights tomorrow at 8:30 PM - to protest Tucson Electric Power's rate case, which critics say will make rooftop solar less affordable. TEP is asking the Arizona Corporation Commission to approve a $25-30 mont ...Read More

Public health veterinarians play a vital role in ensuring sanitary procedures are followed. (Schweiz/Pixabay)

DES MOINES, Iowa – When you think of the field of veterinary science, you probably think of people who treat family pets, but veterinarians also play a vital role in food safety, where their dwindling ranks have both federal and state officials worried. Public-health veterinarians, who under ...Read More

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