PNS Daily News - August 22, 2017 

We're featuring a variety of stories in today’s news including: a new strategy for Afghanistan; an increase in hate groups is not just an issue in the South; and high blood pressure becoming a more common problem among children and teens.

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Poverty Issues

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The raid on SNAP must stop - that's the message from advocates for the poor who say lawmakers should restore cuts to food stamp ...Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. - An Arizona dentist who gave up his private practice to treat the homeless has received a national award for creating a free dental ...Read More
SANTA FE, N.M. - With fall and cooler temperatures around the corner, many residents are making sure their propane tanks are filled. Heating with ...Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - There's help available for Middle Tennessee families who need medication or special equipment for their children. A nearly $33,000 ...Read More
MIAMI, Fla. - Community Health Centers are often referred to as the "family doctors." They've been around for over 45 years, but now they are set to ...Read More
SEATTLE - About 2,500 low-wage working families in Washington will soon be scrambling to afford their child care. They are being disqualified from ...Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Children are returning to schools across the state, and current vaccinations for many childhood diseases are required before ...Read More
HARTFORD, Conn. - Good-hearted Connecticut residents often organize food drives for the state's hungry, but food banks say it's much more efficient ...Read More
BEMIDJI, Minn. - Nestled between three Native American reservations in the poorest region of Minnesota, Ours to Serve House of Hospitality in Bemidji ...Read More
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Save $50 a month, and have someone hand you another $100? That's exactly what's happening across Florida as part of the ...Read More
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