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PNS Daily Newscast - February 21, 2018 


While school shooting survivors demand stricter gun control measures some teachers are talking about their own walkout; Republicans vow to keep fighting the new district map in Pennsylvania; and from the West Coast - a health care group slams Trump's "skinny" insurance plans.

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Human Rights/Racial Justice

A tax break that benefits just about everyone may be decided in the Idaho legislature this week, as wrangling continues over how best to update the ...Read More
Even if it's not the document they originally supported, backers of a state bipartisan Peace Resolution say at least it has North Dakotans talking ...Read More
'What about the victims?' That's what lawmakers are asking in Olympia as they debate the idea of simplifying state election laws to allow people to v ...Read More
A chilly State Capitol sleepover ends this morning, as more than 50 church members, state lawmakers, and advocates for the homeless strike their ...Read More
South Dakota’s religious community is backing a bill prohibiting liquor licenses from being issued within a four-mile area of Bear Butte in Wes ...Read More
Calling it an "epidemic" in Nevada, activists are asking the state's faith-based community to do more to combat HIV/AIDS. It is National Black HIV/ ...Read More
Clergy, prosecuting attorneys, judges, relatives of murder victims, and the brother of the "Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski are gathering tonight in Montana ...Read More
Has a recent Washington State Supreme Court decision made it easier for employers to get rid of people with chronic medical conditions? Advocates for ...Read More
Montana could have a new pot of money to invest in law enforcement personnel, training and equipment, but only if the death penalty is abolished ...Read More
In Washington, people who've been released from prison are only allowed to vote again after they've completed all terms of their sentence, including ...Read More
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