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PNS Daily Newscast - February 19, 2018 


Students send a stern message to President Trump on guns; also on our nationwide rundown; we will tell you why canceling student loan debt would boost the economy; plus the Trump Budget calls for a 90-Percent cut to a decades-old Public Lands Program

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Public News Service - MA: Civic Engagement

BOSTON - The U.S. Constitution begins: "We the people" - and a group of lawmakers in Massachusetts would like to keep it that way. In response to the Supreme Court ruling in January that now allows corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money for political ads, Massachusetts state Senator Jamie

BOSTON - Faneuil Hall will be bustling with more than tourists and shoppers tonight, as military veterans and advocacy groups gather there to make their case for repealing the controversial 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy. Among them will be Boston resident Travis Hengen, an Army veteran of 12 years

BOSTON - The "Tea Party Express" national bus tour makes a stop at the Boston Common today with guest speaker Sarah Palin, and there to greet the anti-government-spending group will be Boston-based peace organizations. They say they plan to question why Palin and the Tea Party have been vocal oppone

BOSTON - From Facebook to Cable Access, communication technology has made its way into the hands of anyone who has the will. Now that most people have ways to get their message across to the masses, a number of media professionals and community organizers will share ideas about how to use new media

WASHINGTON, D.C. - After months of Congressional debate about health care reform, the Senate Finance Committee is expected to take up Sen. Max Baucus' proposal on Tuesday. As legislation is crafted, First Lady Michelle Obama is challenging women to speak up about health care reform. Obama points out

Boston, MA – Massachusetts is brushing up for Children's Dental Health Month, with "Oral Health Heroes" being recognized today at the State House by the Watch Your Mouth Coalition. State Representative John Scibak championed the newly-signed Omnibus Oral Health bill that focuses on reducing to

Boston, MA – Bay State military voters overseas can follow all state rules on voting, and chances are their ballots won't arrive in time to be counted. A new study, No Time to Vote, from the Pew Center on the States, finds Massachusetts sends blank ballots to overseas voters later than all but

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