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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

Unwelcome visitors are hitching a ride from America's shipping ports all the way to New Mexico's rivers, lakes and acequias. And when these invaders ...Read More
Columbus, OH – Unwelcome visitors are costing Ohio and other Great Lakes states $5 billion a year in economic damage and cleanup expenses ...Read More
Washington, DC – Invasive species are damaging Wisconsin rivers, lakes, and having a devastating impact on the entire Great Lakes watershed ...Read More
Canton, MN – Good farm stewardship can bring a "harvest" of cleaner water, better soil, and more wildlife habitat in Minnesota, but it is ...Read More
Des Moines, IA – Citizens' groups in Iowa have filed a legal petition asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to resume enforcement of ...Read More
A new study says the proposed Las Vegas Water Pipeline could end up costing people in rural Nevada and Utah a bundle, and at least one Indian tribe ...Read More
It's been called one of the finest salmon runs on the West Coast, and now, the Copper Salmon region in Southern Oregon is one step closer to ...Read More
A new report from the Brookings Institution finds that Great Lakes cleanup efforts would pay for themselves by boosting income from tourism, ...Read More
Increased recreational use of the Willamette River, along with improved water quality, are the goals of the "Willamette River United Act," a proposal ...Read More
There is a high human cost to mountaintop removal coal mining in West Virginia, according to a new book published this month. Shirley Stewart Burns ...Read More
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