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PNS Daily Newscast - April 24, 2018 


Trump’s Secretary of State nominee gets a narrow thumbs up, but his Veteran’s Affairs nominee is put on hold. Also on our rundown: Protests against Wells Fargo set for Des Moines today; and cannabis advocates blame Florida officials for “reefer madness.”

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Media Reform

NEW YORK - Hundreds of Internet technology workers protested Wednesday outside the offices of Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, who ...Read More
DALLAS - First. the Justice Department filed suit to stop it. Then the Federal Communications Commission moved to block it. In the end, AT&T this ...Read More
LANSING, Mich. - As Michigan lawmakers look to wrap up unfinished business before the end of the year, legislation to lift the cap on cyber schools ...Read More
EL PASO, Texas - National crime rankings released last week confirmed that, for the second year in a row, El Paso is the safest city in the U.S ...Read More
WASHINGTON, D. C. - Is it simply a way to crack down on the pirating of music and movies, or a measure that could lead to online censorship and the ...Read More
NEW YORK - Is it simply a way to crack down on the pirating of music and movies, or a measure that could lead to online censorship and the end of ...Read More
CHICAGO - The U.S. Senate may vote this week on overturning Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules aimed at guaranteeing an open Internet ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine - The Internet can help give small towns big-city access to services such as health care and education - but the key is high-speed ...Read More
NEW YORK - Collaboration may be the key when it comes to getting more balanced news coverage of immigrants' issues in New York - that's the premise of ...Read More
WHITESBURG, Ky. - In rural areas, consumers sum up their broadband service needs in three words: access, affordability and choice. Rural advocates ...Read More
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