Public News Service - Social Issues

Columbus, OH - Backers of the plan to mandate seven paid sick days per year for full-time workers in Ohio say they're disappointed that Governor Ted ...Read More
Boise, ID – August is designated as "Nuclear-Free Future" month by the coalition United for Peace and Justice. In Boise, Idahoans are observing ...Read More
Falcon Heights, MN – The Minnesota State Fair is in full swing until Labor Day, and AARP Minnesota has taken its national "Divided We Fail" ...Read More
Nashville, TN – The Democratic National Convention kicks off today; next week, it will be the Republicans' turn to party. In the midst of the ...Read More
New York, NY — As the nation's immigration debate drags on unresolved, the immigrants in its midst say they are being threatened, discriminated ...Read More
Los Angeles, CA – Keeping the Los Angeles River and its banks clean and green is the way a group of young California adults will be spending ...Read More
Lansing, MI – There's a strong link between the school dropout rate and violent crime, according to a new study. That report, by Fight Crime: ...Read More
St. Paul, MN - Home foreclosures are projected to reach 28,000 in Minnesota by the end of this year, and nationally rates are hitting Depression-era ...Read More
Eugene, OR - In Eugene today, politics will be one hot topic at the biennial meeting of the Service Employees International Union, which represents 44 ...Read More
Des Moines, IA – It's a reversal of fortune for many Iowa families. A year ago, the Bush Administration announced new federal rules that made ...Read More
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