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PNS Weekend Newscast - July 22nd, 2017 


Here's a look at what we're covering: The new White House communications director is expressing his love and loyalty to Donald Trump, more meetings between then Senator Jeff Sessions and the Russians being disclosed, and environmental groups say drilling in New York has contaminated wells.

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Massachusetts is on pace to run out of federal funding for children's health insurance months before it gets more money. Massachusetts will need an ...Read More
The Children's Defense Fund is launching a national campaign to provide health care for all uninsured kids. Top priorities include combining ...Read More
Governor Spitzer's promise to provide health insurance for all New York children is contingent on federal legislation called S-CHIP or the "State Chil ...Read More
Children without health insurance should be able to get coverage with one simple plan. Consolidating Medicaid and state Children's Health Insurance ...Read More
About one of every eight Oregon children has no health insurance, just like nearly 9 million kids nationwide. That has children's advocates calling ...Read More
Health care isn't considered a basic human right, but children's advocates say it needs to be for the 98,000 Washington kids and 9 million ...Read More
The Children's Defense Fund says it's time for the country to make sure all kids have health insurance. The organization has launched a national ...Read More
Nearly 20 percent of Nevada children don't have health insurance, and sunsetting federal legislation could push that number even higher. S-CHIP ...Read More
About 200,000 Ohio kids are without health coverage, and a national children's group is calling on Congress to fill the gap. A plan released today ...Read More
There are over 100,000 uninsured Wisconsin kids, most of them from working families, and a national children's group is calling on Congress to fill ...Read More
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