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PNS Daily Newscast - January 16, 2018  


New Medicaid work requirements could leave many without coverage; we get perspective from Utah. Also on the rundown: a look at the impact of the Trump administrations efforts to erase references to climate change; and Reading Partners Baltimore inspires struggling readers.

Daily Newscasts

Public Lands/Wilderness

Salem, OR – The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has been swamped with more than 20,000 public comments about its Western Oregon Plan Revision ( ...Read More
Boise, ID – Idaho's plan for roadless areas in forests looked like it had green lights all the way to Washington D.C., but the Bush ...Read More
Rawlins, WY – Ninety-eight percent for oil and gas, and two percent for recreation and wildlife. That's how conservation groups sum up the ...Read More
Medford, OR – Oregon hunters and anglers are voicing their disapproval of a new federal plan for managing public lands in the Western part of ...Read More
St. Paul, MN – Drawing a "line in the sand," in the form of a pipeline from Canadian tar sands to the Midwest, may be harder than it looks ...Read More
Charleston, WV – Even if they're not into wild New Year's Eve parties, West Virginians can make a "wild" resolution this year. A state ...Read More
Las Vegas, NV – The nation lost plenty of its wide open spaces this year, and defenders of wild areas could have their work cut out for them ...Read More
Missoula, MT – This summer's wildfires may be out, but Montana is left with a $43 million tab for fighting them, according to a state ...Read More
Santa Fe, NM - Efforts to protect more "enchanted" public lands didn't make it across the finish line in 2007, but Suzanne Jones with The Wilderness ...Read More
Washington, DC – Hunting and fishing in Iowa are more than fun and relaxing pastimes -- they're also big money-makers for the state. A new ...Read More
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