Public News Service - Social Issues

Denver, CO – More Colorado children are living in poverty, and the percentage of Coloradans without health insurance is above the national ...Read More
Wheeling, WV – On the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, more than 60,000 survivors still live in FEMA trailers, and at least 200,000 ...Read More
Columbus, OH – New U.S. Census Bureau figures released Tuesday show well over a million Ohioans still live in poverty, one-half million of them ...Read More
Cheyenne, WY – Idaho Senator Larry Craig (R) is in the headlines again today for his arrest and guilty plea in a lewd conduct case, and he ...Read More
New York, NY – In the two years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast, nearly $17 billion has been poured into housing relief ...Read More
Recent decreases in class sizes and increases in faculty count at the State University of New York (SUNY) could soon be lost, according to the union ...Read More
New federal rules affecting auto tire safety could cause problems for Idaho consumers whose tires are defective, according to consumer watchdogs ...Read More
A rally today in Greeley will call on Representative Marilyn Musgrave to back up her about-face on the war last week with actual votes in Congress ...Read More
New Hampshire peace groups are joining forces today for a march and rally in downtown Manchester to demand an end to the Iraq war. Among the rally ...Read More
Demonstrations in Minnesota and around the country today are scheduled to call for action to reduce gun violence. Sue Fust, with Citizens for a Safer ...Read More
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