PNS Daily Newscast - March 20, 2018 

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

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Environmental Justice

Tallahassee, FL - The world's largest phosphate mining company, Mosaic, has had its permit to dredge 500 acres of wetlands along the Peace River ...Read More
Des Moines, IA - The use of lead in gasoline and paint was banned years ago, but there are about 16,000 factories and mines across the United States ...Read More
Boise, ID - The "roadless rule" for National Forests in Idaho has reached the end of the road. The rule has been published in the Federal Register ...Read More
Tucson, AZ – Arizona's big cats, in danger of slinking into extinction in the United States, are facing a new challenge, with changes on the ...Read More
Socorro, NM - Some say it is a small, but important, defeat for would-be water speculators in New Mexico. Broe, an out-of-state company, has ...Read More
Seattle, WA - Who has the right to decide when and how to monitor industrial air pollution--the states or the United States government? A federal ...Read More
Reston, VA – Several Minnesota colleges and universities score well in a study of sustainability on campus. Julian Keniry, campus ecology ...Read More
Reston, VA – Michigan's colleges and universities get good "green" grades in a national sustainability survey. Julian Keniry, campus ecology ...Read More
Britton, SD – Farming and environmental organizations are trying to stop an oil pipeline coming down out of Canada into the Dakotas. Dakota ...Read More
Dickinson, ND – The Natural Resources Defense Council, Dakota Resource Council in North Dakota and Dakota Rural Action in South Dakota are ...Read More
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