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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Bad news for birds, and people, who were planning to visit Washington's 22 National Wildlife Refuges -- federal budget cuts mean fewer biologists and ...Read More
It's free, it's easy to get, and it can save you big money at the pharmacy. Washington's new prescription drug card offers discounts averaging 20 ...Read More
Do you know how to avoid a scam? A new survey by AARP Washington found that most people get only half the answers right when questioned about scam ta ...Read More
This weekend, some Washingtonians will mark the fourth anniversary of the Iraq war by sending pots and pans to Congress. The protest honors late ...Read More
Washington's governor is expected to sign the new Children's Health Bill into law today, and supporters say it puts the state head and shoulders ...Read More
If you've been discouraged about global warming and its possible effects on the environment, fish and wildlife, spend a few minutes with Jim Martin ...Read More
Most folks in Washington probably assume that if they can pay their rent, a landlord will consider their application. But that's not necessarily so ...Read More
Washington State's delayed "Wild Sky Wilderness Act" may be close to reality as the U.S. House of Representatives could soon pass the federal law ...Read More
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