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PNS Daily Newscast - November 24, 2017 


On today’s rundown, all eyes on the G.O.P. tax plan - labor groups say it’s not good for working families, and the view from Michigan is the likely loss of many services across the state; plus, report today on Black Friday and Native American Heritage Day

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Public News Service - AZ: Civic Engagement

A new report shows low-income Arizonans are 18 percent less likely to be registered to vote compared with high-income voters.(Svablar/morguefile)

PHOENIX – The American Civil Liberties Union Arizona released a report on Tuesday alleging widespread violations of the National Voter Registration Act that could have hindered registration for tens of thousands of low-income Arizonans. Federal law requires the Motor Vehicle Division (MDV) t

Multiple health insurance sign-up events are planned during the 45-day enrollment period. (AZ PIRG Education Fund)

PHOENIX – The annual enrollment period for the federal health insurance marketplace – Healthcare.gov – starts Wednesday. It lasts until Dec. 15, and to get help you can go to CoverAZ.org/connector. There you can make a free appointment with a navigator who will help you find ou

Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., excoriated the divisive nature of modern politics as he declared his intention to retire when his term ends in 14 months. (Gage Skidmore)

PHOENIX - Progressive groups in Arizona say they sense an opportunity now that Sen. Jeff Flake has decided to retire in 14 months, at the end of his term. Flake, R-Ariz., has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump's political style. On Tuesday, he blasted the new way of doing business in Was

Of its total population of about 7 million, 3.6 million Arizonans are registered to vote. (Arizona PIRG)

PHOENIX -- Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, and advocates say there are still millions of Arizonans who are eligible to vote but aren't currently registered. And of the 3.6 million Arizona residents who are registered, only three-quarters voted in the last presidential election. Arizona

Statistics show tailpipe pollution causes 53,000 early deaths a year in the United States. (Lutgradio/Morguefile)

PHOENIX — Clean air advocates are speaking out in the wake of a move by the Trump administration to roll back standards on clean cars and fuel efficiency. The Environmental Protection Agency held a public hearing Wednesday in Washington, D.C., and got an earful from groups concerned about ai

President Donald Trump is moving forward with a Phoenix rally on Tues., despite a request to delay it from the city's mayor. (Wikimedia Commons)

PHOENIX - Civil rights and immigrants' rights groups are planning a giant protest Tuesday outside the Phoenix Convention Center where President Donald Trump is set to hold a campaign-style rally at 6 p.m. Organizers are expecting thousands to protest a possible pardon of former Maricopa County S

Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio stumped for Donald Trump in Phoenix during the 2016 presidential campaign. (Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons)

PHOENIX - Civil-liberties groups in Arizona are slamming the idea of a pardon for former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio after President Trump said he is seriously considering such a move ahead of a rumored visit to the state next week. Arpaio, 85, faces six months in jail for violating a court

Protests to save the Affordable Care Act, such as this one in January, will continue this Saturday in more than 100 cities across the United States. (Save My Care)

PHOENIX - Even as Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., cast the crucial 50th vote to open debate on the GOP health plan, groups in Arizona continued their own plans for big pro-Affordable Care Act rallies in Tucson tonight and in Tucson, Flagstaff and Phoenix on Saturday. The events are part of a nationwide

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