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PNS Daily Newscast - November 17, 2017 


The Keystone oil pipeline spills big time in South Dakota; a look at the GOP tax plan and it’s impact on the most vulnerable Americans; and renewed hope for Maine’s Katahdin Woods and Waters national monument.

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Livable Wages/Working Families

There's a little something extra in the paycheck for thousands of Virginians starting this week and it's a permanent thing. The federal increase in ...Read More
It's a medical project identical to ones staged in third world countries. Volunteer doctors, dentists, and ophthalmologists set up for the weekend to ...Read More
As the West Virginia Republican party holds its summer conference Saturday in Huntington, workers and their families will be there to protest what ...Read More
The worldwide shortage of clergy has struck the state militia. Deputy State Chaplain Maj. Wayne Santos says the regular cycle of retirements means ...Read More
Keeping the lights on is a necessity in any household, but for many Oregon families it's a struggle. Thanks to the legislature, more Oregon seniors ...Read More
South Dakota labor groups are applauding a minimum wage increase slated to go into effect this month. Mark Anderson with the South Dakota State ...Read More
The demise of the pro-union "Free Choice Act" in the United States Senate yesterday was overshadowed by the immigration debate, but labor groups say ...Read More
A bill in Congress to make it easier for New Mexico workers to join a union may be "busted," but union leaders aren't broken, and they're preparing ...Read More
Tennesseans are being asked to think twice before bringing home the bacon, and ham. Faith and community leaders will be meeting tonight to talk ...Read More
About 20 percent of Washington workers are union members, and more say they would join a union if they could. Supporters of the "Employee Free ...Read More
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