PNS Daily Newscast - March 20, 2018 

President Trump again calls for the death penalty for drug dealers, but groups in New Hampshire say they oppose the get-tough approach. Also on today’s rundown: A protest against expanding tar-sands oil refining in California; and in Seattle, a group demands a moratorium on youth jail construction.

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Climate Change/Air Quality

The American Lung Association says that cars and trucks are the No. 1 single largest source of air pollution, and that's why they're encouraging ...Read More
North Dakota's Theodore Roosevelt National Park is honored as one of the best three parks for natural history, in the new Fodor's Complete Guide to ...Read More
With all eyes on Iowa in the run-up to party caucuses, state labor and environmental groups are trying to "turn up the heat" on the issue of global ...Read More
Climate change is good for you. Climate change is nothing more than "liberal hysteria." Climate change is a "hoax." California scientists say those ...Read More
More than one billion dollars in spending cuts, no new taxes or fees, and a cash reserve for the state. That's the budget plan agreed to in the ...Read More
Doing it faster, quicker, and cheaper is the way to win. That's the plan being presented Friday as the California Air Resources Board looks at how to ...Read More
Washington boasts one of the "coolest" counties in the nation, but that may be at risk if voters give a highway expansion measure the thumbs up ...Read More
Tennessee's largest county is also one of the "coolest." Shelby County is signing on today to the new "Cool Counties" campaign, designed to help ...Read More
As of today, Fairfax County is one of the "coolest" in the country, signing on to the new "Cool Counties" campaign designed to help reduce global ...Read More
The latest spate of wild fires and hot dry weather are just a taste of things to come according to new report from the Natural Resources Defense Counc ...Read More
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