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PNS Daily Newscast - Monday, July 24th, 2017 


Here's what's happening: Today's the last day to make your voice heard about four pesticides that could kill bees, a researcher says strong communities focus on seniors, and a group of young people are training this week to help save the planet.

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A group of 50-plus Oregonians is on its way home this morning after spending a week with lawmakers in Washington, D.C. The representatives from AARP ...Read More
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered the Bonneville Power Administration to continue funding the Fish Passage Center. The Center monitors ...Read More
Schools, wildlife habitats, trail repairs, public safety and forest fire control efforts are all poised to take a hit in Washington. The "Secure ...Read More
President Bush's State of the Union Address last night met with a thud for most health care experts in Nevada. Caroline Ford, Assistant Dean for the ...Read More
After a series of corruption scandals in recent years, ethics are a big priority for federal and state lawmakers. Here in Oregon, House lawmakers ...Read More
Oregon children are heading to the front of the class at the legislature this week as hearings begin on the Governor's proposed "Healthy Kids Plan." ...Read More
Life in rural Idaho may need some economic resuscitation to keep small communities thriving. The next federal Farm Bill is looked at as a lifeline ...Read More
Montana could have a new pot of money to invest in law enforcement personnel, training and equipment, but only if the death penalty is abolished ...Read More
Ten major US corporations will join national environmental groups today to announce a major effort against global warming. Big names like Alcoa ...Read More
Legislation providing health insurance for every child in Washington by 2010 is getting "fast track" treatment from lawmakers. If passed, the bill ...Read More
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