City Desk

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PNS - Thursday, April 7, 2022 - Trust in libraries draws Texans seeking services for mental health; Navajo Nation shows high participation in Affordable Connectivity Program; Missouri explores solutions for workforce shortage, and Western states look to infrastructure money to build more wildlife crossings.

PNS - Wednesday, April 6, 2022Maine lawmakers pass a bill to strengthen protections for election workers and volunteers; faith groups in Texas push for cash-bail reform; climate activists call for a rapid shift away from oil and gas that prop up the Russian regime and its war in Ukraine.

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PNS - Wednesday, April 6, 2022 - Zelenskyy calls for reforming the UN; oil companies testify on Capitol Hill on high gas prices; states sue Biden administration over ending Title 42, and the student-loan freeze is expected to be extended.

PNS - Tuesday, April 5, 2022 - States look to provide relief from higher gas, and food prices; efforts to boost voter turnout continue; and Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is expected to be confirmed as the first Black woman Supreme Court justice.