PNS Daily Newscast - January 22, 2018 

The funding stumble in Congress deepens the crisis for health centers; also on our nationwide rundown; we will let you know about concerns over possible "gifts" to payday lenders; and a new survey provides alarming numbers about young people and homelessness.

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SEATTLE - Two studies released this month show a dilemma for Washington's home health-care industry: how to attract more people to jobs that provide d ...Read More
ST. PAUL, Minn. - More than 1,000 Protestants, Catholics, Jews and Muslims joined forces Thursday at the state Capitol to speak out for social ...Read More
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - More students in Illinois are falling into poverty and falling behind wealthier students in reading, a new study says. According ...Read More
GRAY, Ky. - Pressured by conservative demands to shrink federal government spending, U.S. House Appropriations chairman Hal Rogers of Kentucky is ...Read More
DENVER - President Obama has proposed a federal budget for next year which cuts what the administration calls "wasteful spending." One targeted progra ...Read More
CONCORD, N.H. - Recent comments by a state representative have spurred one group to host bake sales unlike any other in the Granite State. Cookies ...Read More
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- As Gov. Dannel Malloy prepares to release his state budget proposal on Wednesday, a new report shows state funding is slipping ...Read More
PHOENIX - President Obama's budget proposal would halve federal funding for community-action programs. Managers of the agencies which administer ...Read More
SALEM, Ore. - More than 100 people from around the state converge on the State Capitol today to hand out valentines - and advice on helping Oregon ...Read More
CHARLESTON, W.VA. - New numbers from Workforce West Virginia say the state's unemployment insurance fund is in better shape than previously estimated ...Read More
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