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PNS Daily Newscast - June 29, 2017 


In focus on our nationwide rundown; Majority Leader McConnell busy trying to quickly revise the Senate health care bill; a new report says the GOP’s plans would leave a half a million veterans uninsured; and we take you to a Tennessee Kurdish community that’s getting relief from deportations.

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Public News Service - UT: Media Reform

PHOTO: A court challenge under way claims Utah's

SALT LAKE CITY – A court challenge under way claims Utah's Agriculture Operation Interference law violates the First Amendment right to free speech. The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press will be filing a friend of the court brief in federal District Court in Salt Lake City today.

Libraries in Utah are adapting to the Internet age in many ways. Image of Salt Lake Public Library by Ellen Forsyth.

SALT LAKE CITY - In the age of the smartphone and the Internet and all things digital, libraries in Utah are adapting and even thriving. Libraries used to be just places to check out books, but now, according to Patricia Hull, president of the Utah Library Association, libraries offer just about eve

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