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PNS Daily Newscast - October 19, 2017 


Attorney General Sessions tight-lipped before the Senate Judiciary Committee; a new report says bith-control access is critical for both health and economic security; and expect a personal touch to finances as today marks Credit Union Day.

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Water

Boise, ID – The winds of change blowing in Idaho are bringing fresh air this week. The State of Nevada has shut down a gold mine near Elko ...Read More
Charleston, TN – Tennessee is in the "Final Four" – for mercury pollution, and Congress may decide to play referee. A bill introduced ...Read More
Ashland, OR – Southwest Oregon is watching the U.S. Senate with keen interest today, as a Senate Committee debates whether to update the ...Read More
Las Vegas, NV – They don't call it the Silver State for nothing. Nevadans are hoping a Senate committee will remember the economic benefits of ...Read More
Bernalillo County, NM - After a long fight, the "dry spell" on Pajarito Mesa is finally coming to an end. The community, located near Albuquerque ...Read More
Dickson County, TN – Leaky trash is landing in court in Tennessee. A lawsuit has been filed to try to make Dickson County and the City of ...Read More
Billings, MT – There's a green light for clean water in Montana rivers and streams. The Environmental Protection Agency has approved the ...Read More
Lansing, MI – The Great Lakes States have spent years forging agreements and partnerships to clean up and protect their water. But one of the ...Read More
Washington, DC – The communities in the Great Lakes region are sinking, under the weight of the financial burden of protecting the lakes water ...Read More
Boone County, WV – Clean, safe drinking water. Some West Virginians can't get it, and there's a relief effort in the works to help get it to ...Read More
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