Public News Service - Social Issues

Lyons, NE – It's all an illusion. That's the finding in a new analysis by a Midwest-based farm group of the payment limitation reforms in the ...Read More
Lansing, MI – How much homework is enough? Michigan parents and teachers are on the same page about that, a new study from MetLife has found ...Read More
Missoula, MT – States from the Atlantic to the Pacific are looking to Montana as they craft legislation rejecting compliance with the federal ...Read More
Columbus, OH – High costs and low wages leave many Ohioans trapped in a gap. Some 2.8 million working residents of the state don't earn enough ...Read More
Concord, NH - A bid to impeach President Bush and Vice President Cheney will go before the New Hampshire House of Representatives in March. The ...Read More
Charleston, WV – The war in Iraq is hurting the economy here at home, and money for the war could be better spent here, according to a West ...Read More
Memphis, TN – Homeless Tennesseans who have been living in downtown Memphis may soon be arrested for it. The Center City Commission today is ...Read More
Las Vegas, NV – They're just cuts on paper, but they could sting far worse than paper cuts. A new report says President Bush's proposed 2009 ...Read More
White Center, WA – Two areas of Washington have been chosen as recipients of a major influx of cash and expertise that will enable them to ...Read More
Concord, NH - New Hampshire's faith community is speaking out against legislation that would expand gambling in the state, but not for the reasons ...Read More
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