Public News Service - Social Issues

New York, NY — Whether or not municipalities have the right to restrict firearms has sparked a heated discussion in the latest Republican ...Read More
Syracuse, NY - New Yorkers will be headed to the polls in less than two weeks, and a new AARP poll finds voters of all ages could still change their ...Read More
Lansing, MI – Tax rebates are getting a big welcome in Michigan under the "economic stimulus" plan being crafted by Congress, but the state ...Read More
Nashville, TN – People are rallying outside the Tennessee Attorney General's office today, asking the Attorney General to drop the state's ...Read More
Portland, OR – Church congregations from around the state are making a special effort this weekend to welcome everyone, no matter how they ...Read More
Bismarck, ND – The CHIPs are down, but not out. That's the word from a North Dakota group after Congress failed on Wednesday to override the ...Read More
Boston, MA –"Chalk up" a win for Massachusetts educators, as the "No Child Left Behind Act" comes up for renewal this year. A federal appeals ...Read More
Silverton, OR – All the news about a looming recession is giving new urgency to the work of a task force here in Oregon, charged with ...Read More
Albany, NY - Governor Eliot Spitzer may have turned in his new budget thesis on time Tuesday, but teachers weren't pleased to learn that it falls $350 ...Read More
Chicago, IL – It's a demanding drill for the Chicago Board of Education, which takes a closer look at military recruiting in high schools today ...Read More
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