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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.

Public News Service - OR: Civic Engagement

Demetria Hester was assaulted by self-described neo-Nazi Jeremy Christian in 2017. She now organizes Moms United For Black Lives in Portland. (Paul Dunn/YES! Magazine)

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By Isabella Garcia for Yes! Broadcast version by Eric Tegethoff for Public News Service Reporting for the YES! Magazine Media - Oregon News Service Collaboration PORTLAND, Oregon, August 20 - It's the 84th day of consecutive protest against police brutality and systemic racism in Portland, Oregon.

Many members of Congress from Oregon reacted in anger to protesters breaching the U.S. Capitol. (Navin75/Flickr)

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- Protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday while Congress was certifying the results of the 2020 election. The pro-Trump crowd was in Washington D.C. to oppose the election's outcome. Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, was in the Senate chamber when the proceedings were halted. H

A bill in Congress would protect more than 14 miles of the Owyhee River as wild and scenic. (Greg Shine/BLM)

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- The effort to protect the Owyhee Canyonlands is getting support from a big Oregon industry that also relies on clean water: breweries. More than 30 breweries from across the state have sent a letter urging Congress to pass the Malheur Community Empowerment for the Owyhee Act befo

A new Politico poll confirms that voters' views of whether the 2020 election was fair depends largely on which presidential candidate they voted for. (Larry/Adobe Stock)

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EUGENE, Ore. - There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the U.S. election, despite President Donald Trump's claims. But fraud allegations from Trump and some members of the Republican Party are affecting the nation's perception of the voting process. A Politico poll found 70% of Republica

Volunteers for an event to defend the results of the 2020 election say electoral justice is racial justice. (Alessandro Biascioli/Adobe Stock)

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- A wide-ranging coalition is holding rallies today in several Oregon cities and nationwide to underscore the need to count every vote. The groups Indivisible and Stand Up America have said they were prompted to organize the project Protect the Results before the election because of

About 61% of Oregon voters had returned their ballots by Oct. 30, according to unofficial tallies from the Secretary of State's office. (Chris Thomas)

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- For many, the waiting could be the hardest part as Election Day results trickle in. The League of Women of Voters is urging people to prepare for what could be a long process of ensuring all votes are counted. President of the League of Women Voters of Oregon Rebecca Gladstone sa

In some Oregon counties, election workers are available to go to the homes of people with disabilities if they need assistance with completing their ballots. (Adobe Stock)

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SALEM, Ore. - Advocates for people living with disabilities say Oregon has taken some major steps to ensure that everyone has the help they need navigating the voting process - even during a pandemic. Tom Stenson - deputy legal director at Disability Rights Oregon - said the state, with its all-mai

An analysis of vote-by-mail systems gave Oregon an

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SALEM, Ore. -- Many states are scrambling to shore up their vote-by-mail processes, and Oregon's first-in-the-nation system is being looked to as a gold standard. Former Secretary of State Bill Bradbury was at the helm when Oregon moved to its mail-only method of casting a ballot more than two dec

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