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PNS Daily Newscast - October 19, 2017 


Attorney General Sessions tight-lipped before the Senate Judiciary Committee; a new report says birth control access is critical for both health and economic security; and expect a personal touch to finances as today marks Credit Union Day.

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St. Paul, MN – Both sides of a proposed clean water constitutional amendment on Tuesday's ballot are calling themselves "cautiously optimistic" ...Read More
Front Royal, VA - The "Art of Surviving" is on display in Virginia. It's a traveling exhibit that features poetry and art by survivors of sexual ...Read More
Salem, OR – Oregonians can take themselves out to the movies this week, for a good cause. This week, the "Cans Film Festival" gets underway ...Read More
Boise, ID – "Investing in Idaho," a documentary film about childcare in the Gem State, has won recognition with three national awards. Co- ...Read More
Nashville, TN – The summer film "Tropic Thunder" has prompted some lightning of its own at movie theatres, igniting controversy with its ...Read More
Madison, WI – The movie "Tropic Thunder" opens in Wisconsin this week, a movie that features a main character described as "retarded." ...Read More
Boise, ID - A movie that revolves around a character described as a "retard" is getting "two thumbs down" in Idaho, and around the country. "Tropic ...Read More
San Francisco - The art of climate change makes its premiere appearance on the West Coast today in a traveling public art project. Crissy Field ...Read More
Bristol, NH - The "Naturally Newfound Fair" is supposed to be a celebration of New Hampshire's north country lake region. But this summer's fair ...Read More
Falmouth, Mass. - Decorated book carts, music, and dancing librarians aren't the usual fare at libraries -- but the Massachusetts Library Association ...Read More
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