PNS Daily Newscast - March 23, 2018 

McMaster out and Bolton in. Also on the Friday rundown: Students across the nation prepare for the March For Our Lives; some good news on the labor front; and folks in Montana take clean power into their own hands.

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Archive: February 20, 2018

EPA has proposed repealing the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan. (Pixabay)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Environmental Protection Agency will host a listening session surrounding the repeal of the Clean Power Plan on Wednesday in Kansas City. The plan - created under the Obama administration - requires states to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas they create from power p ...Read More

Immigrant advocacy groups say that the country is at a crossroads when it comes to immigration, leaving hundreds of thousands unsure of their future. (Joe PIette/flickr)

By Mark Hedin, Ethnic Media Services / Broadcast version by Stephanie Carson Reporting for the Ethnic Media Services-California News Service Collaboration SAN FRANCISCO – Warning that the country is heading down a white-nationalist, nativist path, four immigrant-rights advocates issued a call ...Read More

About 38,000 Americans were killed with guns in 2016, according to federal statistics. (Peaceful Communities)

NORTHBROOK, Ill. – As the nation continues to react to the latest school massacre in Florida, anti-violence advocates have escalated their calls for tougher gun legislation. Lee Goodman, an organizer with Peaceful Communities, says getting all the high-powered guns off the street isn't likel ...Read More

Grassroots groups are encouraging anyone who witnesses U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement activities to call a toll-free 24-hour hotline at 844-UNITE-41. (ICE/Wikimedia Commons)

DENVER – A coalition of labor, faith, and grassroots organizers is renewing efforts to assist immigrants targeted for deportation. The Colorado Rapid Response Network provides legal assistance, know-your-rights training, and a 24-hour hotline to mobilize protection and document raids conducted ...Read More

A new study says automobiles are so much cleaner than 100 years ago, perfumes and household cleaning agents are taking over the top spot for urban air pollution. (

DES MOINES, Iowa – A new study has come up with a surprising result: Because cars are now dramatically cleaner than they used to be, products like skin lotions and indoor cleaners are becoming the dominant source of key emissions. University of Colorado lead author and scientist, Brian McDon ...Read More

Sewage treatment plants are not required to remove pharmaceuticals from the water they treat. (Jim Henderson/Wikimedia Commons)

NEW YORK – A new study has found concentrations of prescription drugs in water throughout a 155-mile stretch of the Hudson River. Researchers tested water samples for 16 different pharmaceutical compounds including antibiotics, cholesterol medication and acetaminophen. According to Andrew Ju ...Read More

Bhakti Gajmer spent 17 years in a refugee camp in Nepal. He now operates Akronís Rohan Jewelers with his brother Binod. (Royzman)

By Valerie Royzman Reporting for the Kent State-Ohio News Connection Collaboration Srijang Laoti Subba opened Family Groceries with his brother and nephew in Akron in 2011. It began solely as a family business but soon, more employees were hired to accommodate the steady flow of customers. The st ...Read More

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