PNS Daily Newscast - March 20, 2018 

President Trump again calls for the death penalty for drug dealers, but groups in New Hampshire say they oppose the get-tough approach. Also on today’s rundown: A protest against expanding tar-sands oil refining in California; and in Seattle, a group demands a moratorium on youth jail construction.

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Phoenix, AZ - Arizona military personnel stationed overseas have a choice when it's time to cast their votes in state-side elections: risk having the ...Read More
New York, NY — U.S. troops may be overseas fighting to protect our freedom, but a new report says those soldiers' right to vote is not being ...Read More
Washington, DC - A report out this week from the Pew Center on the States lists South Dakota as one of 16 states not providing enough time for ...Read More
Boston, MA – Bay State military voters overseas can follow all state rules on voting, and chances are their ballots won't arrive in time to be ...Read More
Concord, NH – New Hampshire military voters overseas can follow all state rules on voting, and chances are their ballots still won't arrive in ...Read More
Lansing, MI - Michigan is among 16 states failing to provide enough time for overseas military personnel to receive, fill out and cast election ...Read More
Phoenix, AZ – A new report from a California researcher shows children of lesbian families are as happy and well-adjusted as children raised by ...Read More
Helena, MT – Gaining health insurance for almost all Montana children was chalked up as a "human rights" victory for 2008 when a plan was ...Read More
Bismarck, ND - When the "Disabilities Amendment Act" takes effect next month, it will include more North Dakotans under the protection of the ...Read More
New York, NY — Hate crimes against Latinos are up by 40 percent in recent years, and a New York-based civil rights group says U.S. immigration ...Read More
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