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PNS Daily Newscast - April 16, 2021 


Florida's Republican lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to pass the so-called "anti-riot" bill; disturbing police camera video of the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old in Chicago.


2021Talks - April 15, 2021 


With overwhelming bipartisan support, the Senate takes up anti-Asian American hate crimes legislation, and President Biden officially announces a full military withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Public News Service - MO: Disabilities

PHOTO: Through Project RISE, young adults with disabilities are able to gain hands-on work experience, both in paid and volunteer positions, throughout Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics. Photo courtesy of K. Smith.

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KANSAS CITY - From guest services to human resources, education, and transportation, dozens of young adults are proving that disabilities don't mean they can't find or keep a job. They are part of an innovative program at Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics. Kathy Smith is the program manager fo

PHOTO: Governor Jay Nixon wants to help prepare 1,200 additional students for employment in mental health-care jobs, but advocates say it will take more than college grants to keep them in the state and serve those who need it most. Photo courtesy of Microsoft images.

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – As part of his budget plan for next year, Gov. Jay Nixon has proposed an additional $20 million in grants to Missouri's public colleges and universities to help meet a shortage of mental health care workers. But those who work in the field say money alone isn't enough. Cindi

PHOTO: AARP Missouri wants to connect caregivers with resources, such as this free e-book, that can help them cope with the myriad challenges they face and demands on their time. Photo courtesy of AARP Missouri.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For the tens of thousands of Missourians who are serving as caregivers for older relatives or friends, it's hard work that often goes unrecognized and can take a physical and emotional toll. That's why AARP Missouri is reaching out to help, and to thank caregivers this month. Ac

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Lawmakers in Jefferson City are deciding the fate of a property tax credit that benefits low-income seniors and people with disabilities who live in rental housing. The discussion is part of the special session on jobs and trade, and the state Senate could begin debate today.

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Low-income seniors and people with disabilities could lose out on what some say is a critical support. During the special session that begins next week, Missouri lawmakers will consider a tax package that includes provisions to eliminate the circuit-breaker tax credit for rente

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KANSAS CITY, No. - A change in state policy on home health care is getting some good reviews from advocates for seniors and people with disabilities. The federal government had sanctioned the state of Missouri for what's called overly restrictive home health standards for Medicaid recipients. Feder

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Bullying has become a critical issue nationwide, and Missouri may be the next state to look at prevention. The Missouri Safe Schools Coalition is hopeful a "Safe Schools Act" will be introduced in the Legislature this month. Stephanie McDowell, youth and family education specialis

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For some Missouri children, mowing the lawn can be a regular summer activity, but it can be one with tragic consequences. The American Academy of Pediatrics estimates that 9,000 people under the age of 18 are treated in emergency rooms around the country each year with lawn mower-

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