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PNS Daily Newscast - October 20, 2017 


In focus on our Friday Rundown; the U.S. Senate takes a first step towards passing major tax cuts; holiday help wanted as retail and restaurant job opportunities abound; plus, we report on a website that helps new moms take 12 from work.

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Public News Service - Western

Today's labor laws aren't working for the middle class anymore, according to the AFL-CIO's national organizing director during a stop to support the ...Read More
Can the tides in Puget Sound be used to generate electric power? The Snohomish County Public Utility District is launching a 3-year study to find out ...Read More
An important vote is expected today in the U.S. Senate in the latest round in the battle for cheaper prescription drug prices, and it's getting ...Read More
A scientist who consults the petroleum industry has taken a look at the methane seeps along the Atlantic Rim in Wyoming's Red Desert, and he says ...Read More
The American Civil Liberties Union has asked the government to investigate evidence that taxpayer dollars are funding religion in the "Stop and Think" ...Read More
Now that the Economic Forum has come up with its revenue estimate, state lawmakers are trying to find $113 million in budget cuts. By law, the ...Read More
It's been two decades since Congress protected any new wild lands on Mount Hood, and a group of Oregonians is telling the U.S. Senate today it's ...Read More
The recent U.S. Supreme Court abortion restriction seems to have increased protests on all sides of the issue. Planned Parenthood of Western ...Read More
Pre-schoolers in Wyoming have power potential. If they get a quality early childhood education, they'll bring more money as adults to the state ...Read More
Idaho farmers can make more money by adding something a little extra to production, such as a wind farm, pick-your-own crops, and corn mazes ...Read More
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