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PNS Daily Newscast - November 17, 2017 


The Keystone oil pipeline spills big time in South Dakota; a look at the GOP tax plan and it’s impact on the most vulnerable Americans; and renewed hope for Maine’s Katahdin Woods and Waters national monument.

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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
On this date a year ago, more than one million immigrants to the United States took to the streets in major cities, including Seattle, skipping work ...Read More
Thousands rallied in Boise Sunday to call for immigration reform. Families from around the state made the trip to talk about how the immigration ...Read More
Montana farmers and ranchers dedicated to sustainable production are making more inroads, this time at an international hotel company. The Hilton ...Read More
Now that Nevada is among the first in the nation for its presidential caucus, it's also a first stop for unusual protests, such as the "Topsy Turvy ...Read More
As Oregonians recognize the 39th anniversary of civil rights protections in the Fair Housing Act, people of color are still facing challenges in ...Read More
More than 340,000 children in Washington are unsupervised after school, and three middle-school students went to Congress last week to make sure our ...Read More
Bubbling, gurgling unwelcome surprises in the Red Desert, as "mud pots" have been popping up in the Atlantic Rim area. While similar features are ...Read More
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