PNS Daily Newscast - March 23, 2018 

McMaster out and Bolton in. Also on the Friday rundown: Students across the nation prepare for the March For Our Lives; some good news on the labor front; and folks in Montana take clean power into their own hands.

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Public News Service - South Dakota

A South Dakota labor group is hopeful a minimum wage bill supported by Governor Mike Rounds will have better luck than one defeated in the House Stat ...Read More
President Bush recognized the serious challenge of Global warming during his State of the Union speech on Tuesday and energy policy groups are hopefu ...Read More
One in five children in South Dakota may have a treatable mental problem, but while most parents know how to deal with a physically ill child ...Read More
South Dakota AARP members are gathering in Pierre this week to meet with lawmakers on a range of senior issues, and a new law on elder abuse is at ...Read More
A lot has changed in doctors' offices in the last 33 years, but the law regulating physician assistants, or PAs, in South Dakota has not. That adds ...Read More
Child advocates in South Dakota are giving a thumbs-up to a plan to expand healthcare coverage and access for the nation's uninsured children ...Read More
The Midwest-based farm group Center for Rural Affairs is calling on the new Congress to do a better job of focusing farm programs on the farmers who ...Read More
South Dakota has made some strides in the "State of Tobacco Control Report," released by the American Lung Association this week, but there's plenty ...Read More
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