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PNS Daily Newscast - March 3, 2021 


New bilingual outreach for LGBTQ+ community hard-hit by the pandemic; Texas Gov. Abbott declares an end to the Lone Star State's mask mandate.


2021Talks - March 3rd, 2021 


Supreme Court hears voting-rights cases, while the House considers election reforms; FBI says 'Antifa' wasn't involved on Jan. 6; COVID relief could pass this week; and background-check bills are introduced in both chambers.

Archive: December 10, 2020

Forty-three percent of Texas women live in counties with no abortion clinic, according to Pro-Choice America/Texas. (commondreams.org)

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AUSTIN, Texas -- New Mexico and Colorado are likely to become major destinations for Texas women seeking an abortion if the conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the 1973 Roe versus Wade decision. Aimee Arrambide, executive director for NARAL Pro-Choice Texas said women there al ...Read More

Kentuckians have less than a week left to purchase a health-care plan during open enrollment. (Adobe Stock)
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FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Kentuckians without employer-sponsored coverage or who don't qualify for Medicaid have until Dec. 15 to select a health-insurance plan during open enrollment. Advocates urge consumers to be wary of short-term limited duration plans, which tend to be cheaper and typically last for ...Read More

Cliff's Country Market in Caldwell, Idaho, was among the stores that participated in the Prescription for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables program. (Idaho Hunger Relief Task Force)

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BOISE, Idaho -- A pilot program that prescribes a trip to the produce aisle has been a success in Idaho. The Nebraska-based Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition evaluated the Idaho Hunger Relief Task Force's (IHRTF) Prescription for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables program, which offers vouchers to foo ...Read More

About 900 Portland airport workers will see pay raises over the next year, according to the Port commission. (Oran Viriyincy/Flickr)

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Port of Portland has outlined pay raises for airport workers including baggage handlers, wheelchair assistants and airplane cleaners. But workers said the raises need to come sooner. Service Employees International Union Local 49 members are also asking for more paid sick day ...Read More

With federal aid lagging, assistance groups say those struggling during the crisis are finding work where they can, with a lot of those jobs on the front lines putting them at risk for COVID. (Adobe Stock)

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FARGO, N.D. -- Congress has renewed talks on a new COVID relief package, but it remains unclear if federal lawmakers can work out differences before existing aid programs expire at year's end. At the same time, North Dakota groups said struggling residents are on the brink of devastating hardships. ...Read More

Two out of five public school students in Colorado are considered low-income. (Geralt/Pixabay)

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By Jason Gonzales, Chalkbeat / Broadcast version by Eric Galatas, reporting for Colorado News Connection DENVER -- Despite modest gains over the last decade, the University of Colorado Boulder still ranks near the bottom of the list of flagship public universities in enrollment of low-income studen ...Read More

Wildlife advocates are concerned that drawing large numbers of elk to winter feedlots, where they are in close proximity for months at a time, could lead to outbreaks of chronic wasting disease. (NPS)

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JACKSON, Wyo. -- The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reconsidering how it manages the state's winter elk-feeding grounds, in part to mitigate the risk of infectious diseases, and the agency is looking for public input to develop a long-term plan. Mark Gocke, public information specialist for th ...Read More

A new survey of workforce-training classes aims to help state lawmakers allocate funding for career training. (Adobe stock)

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RICHMOND, Va. -- With unemployment at record highs during the pandemic, community colleges are supplying data to help folks get new skills for employment. The Opportunity America survey on workforce development represents the first-ever attempt to compile a list of noncredit training options across ...Read More

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