Public News Service - Social Issues

Columbus, OH – We've all heard them - nasty political attack ads that seem to do nothing to convey how a candidate can handle the job he or she ...Read More
Minneapolis, MN – Almost one-half of voters in the United States say they're pessimistic about the future for children. According to a new ...Read More
Pierre, SD – Plenty of issues await the new president of the South Dakota Education Association (SDEA), who began her new duties this week ...Read More
A recent poll has found fewer Americans trust the mainstream news media. The Sacred Heart University poll found less than 20 percent of those ...Read More
Springfield, IL – Congress has pushed through a new Medicare insurance law that keeps price increases in check, makes sure doctors in Illinois ...Read More
St. Paul, MN – Too many people in Minnesota are going hungry, and hundreds of people are expected to turn out for a "Voice of Hunger" rally ...Read More
Des Moines, IA – For the Aplington-Parkersburg School, supplies include more than paper and pencils. Such basics as tables, chairs and ...Read More
St. Peter, MN – Today's staff layoffs at the Minnesota Security Hospital and similar facilities may be just the beginning. Eliot Seide ...Read More
Portland, OR – Perhaps your economic stimulus check has already come and gone, but for about one-third of Oregonians on fixed incomes, it's not ...Read More
As the November election approaches, voting rights advocates say it is vital that California's county election offices allow for technical ...Read More
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