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PNS Daily Newscast - June 23, 2021 


A diverse group of supporters is speaking up for Tracy Stone-Manning to be director of the Bureau of Land Management; GOP sinks key voting rights measure.


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Senate Republicans block a sweeping voting-rights bill; pandemic continues to take a toll on mental health; White House says U.S. will miss its July 4 target for 70% adult vaccination; Supreme Court rules against NCAA.

Public News Service - MD: Hunger/Food/Nutrition

PHOTO: Mother shopping with child. Courtesy of Share Our Strength

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BALTIMORE, Md. - Buy this, not that. On Saturday, Sept. 15, Share Our Strength is partnering with Walmart stores throughout the state to offer free "shopping matters" tours. Their goal is to help people stretch their food budget while focusing on fruits, vegetables and whole grains - no matter where

PHOTO: Farmworkers in the field.

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BALTIMORE - Harvest season is under way in Maryland, and as farmworkers dig in so do human rights watchdogs. Wage theft, unsanitary conditions and safety concerns are among the issues on the radar, but those who want to help migrant farm workers experiencing those problems have problems of their own

PHOTO: A student at Old Mill Middle School North in Millersville, MD, studies while enjoying school breakfast.

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BALTIMORE - As students head back to school, Maryland teachers say children too often aren't prepared to learn. It's not a lack of pencils or paper, they say; it's a lack of food. A survey released today by Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign finds that more than three out of five Maryland

PHOTO: Chefs encouraging protection of SNAP

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BALTIMORE - Some of the biggest names on the food scene are using their celebrity clout to ask Congress to keep the recipe for SNAP strong. SNAP is the food assistance program formerly known as food stamps. This week, the U.S. House Agriculture Committee is debating cutting SNAP funding by more tha

PHOTO: Girl eating a sandwich.

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BALTIMORE - Meet an all-star, learn something new and receive a nutritious meal. That's the pitch to families in Baltimore today to raise awareness about the "Super Summer" campaign, which serves meals at more than 400 sites - and Orioles outfielder Adam Jones is lending his star power to reach mor

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Gov. Martin O'Malley is hosting a "power breakfast" at the Maryland State House today to encourage principals to improve their school breakfast programs. As part of the First Class Breakfast Initiative, says Maryland "No Kid Hungry" campaign director Anne Sheridan, targeted schools

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BALTIMORE - National School Breakfast Week is under way in Maryland, highlighted by events at local schools and studies about the importance of the first meal of the day. Two-thirds of teachers in kindergarten through eighth grade see children in their classrooms who regularly come to school hungry

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BALTIMORE - Serving up the basics in Maryland schools means serving up breakfast along with the lessons, according to the anti-hunger organization Share Our Strength, which wants to see more breakfast offerings in schools. Statistics show that nearly 260,000 low-income pupils in the state eat free o

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