PNS Daily Newscast - March 21, 2018 

Public News Service UPDATE: the Austin bomber blows himself up; also on the rundown a school resource officer credited with saving lives; the North Carolina GOP Silent on an apparent Cambridge Analytica connection; and an Alabama Medicaid Work requirement plan called a Catch-22.

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Smoking Prevention

Minneapolis, MN – Some of Minnesota's top corporate leaders say they're sick of cancer -- and they're going to do something about it. Mary ...Read More
Iowa towns may soon have the authority to enact their own smoke-free ordinances if a measure giving communities that right passes both the Senate and ...Read More
Madison, WI – Tobacco prevention pays off for Wisconsin, according to health experts who are calling on state lawmakers to fully fund anti- ...Read More
Portland, OR – "Big Tobacco" is lighting a match when it comes to the "Healthy Kids Initiative." The tobacco industry has funded a series of ...Read More
The idea of making South Dakota smoke-free is catching on. South Dakota Tobacco Free Kids Network Project Director Jennifer Stalley says they've been ...Read More
A new study finds that workers in no-smoking restaurants have lower levels of cancer-causing chemicals in their bodies than workers in restaurants th ...Read More
Nevada's jobless rate topped the national average last week -- and some are pointing fingers at Nevada's Clean Indoor Air Act as one of the culprits ...Read More
Heart disease and stroke account for more than one-third of all deaths in South Dakota, but a new development promises to save some of those lives ...Read More
Smoke-filled bars could soon be a thing of the past. The Oregon Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would expand the state's smoke-free workplace laws ...Read More
Minnesota has become the 20th state to ban smoking in bars and restaurants and other workplaces, because of the impact of second-hand smoke. Gov ...Read More
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