Public News Service - Social Issues

Western Union shareholders will get an unwelcome message today, as protestors outside their meeting are using International Mother's Day to bring ...Read More
New numbers on Long Island's Hispanic population show immigrants powering an economic engine to the tune of $5.6 billion in the last year studied (20 ...Read More
The State Senate gets its first look at an ID theft law this week, but critics say the proposal makes it too expensive for Ohio consumers to protect ...Read More
It's "National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day" and, researchers at the University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center say early ...Read More
Waiting lists for affordable housing in Minnesota are getting longer, according to a new report from the Minnesota Housing Partnership. Spokesman ...Read More
The search is on for story tellers in Wyoming, and it's not expected that many of the stories have a happy ending. AARP is collecting personal ...Read More
New ID requirements for Medicaid applicants are wasting millions in taxpayer dollars and keeping thousands of Coloradoans from getting health care ...Read More
Because Iowa has the first presidential caucus in the nation, it is also one of the first stops for the "Topsy Turvy Bus," a bright yellow school ...Read More
The latest Minnesota Kids Count study from the Children's Defense Fund is out. Spokesman Jim Koppel says several things stand out. “One thing ...Read More
Massachusetts librarians are breaking out of the confines of the library walls and making their knowledge available online. Facebook, MySpace ...Read More
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