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PNS Daily News - April 26, 2017 


Among the stories we are featuring today: National monuments at risk under an expected executive order; the latest on negotiations to avoid a government shutdown; and attempts to overturn Citizens United ramp up.

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Senior Issues

Many seniors could stay out of expensive nursing homes with just a little help, and a proposed state law would make it easier for them to live at ...Read More
Buy in bulk, and usually, things are cheaper. It's a business practice that 86% of Americans would like to see the U.S. adopt for the Medicare ...Read More
For many Iowans, saving a few hundred dollars at tax time can be a huge blessing. And free tax preparation can do just that. Kay Vignovich is ...Read More
Start counting the birthdays in New Hampshire and it's easy to see that the state's population is getting older. Steve Gorin with the New Hampshire ...Read More
Thousands of low- and-middle income Oregonians aren't taking advantage of some of the tax deductions that could mean more money in their pockets ...Read More
You've ordered the flowers and you've got the dinner reservations -- but if you're going to pop the question on Valentine's Day, have you thought ...Read More
As they begin the 2007 legislative session, state lawmakers are expected to file several prescription drug bills. One proposal would require ...Read More
New Yorkers have a new law protecting them from identity theft. As part of "National Consumer Protection Week," consumers are being reminded they ...Read More
South Dakota AARP members are gathering in Pierre this week to meet with lawmakers on a range of senior issues, and a new law on elder abuse is at ...Read More
Senior advocates say the "Golden Years" have been tarnished in Oregon, thanks to years of budget cuts in the safety net. Despite cuts to long-term ...Read More
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