Public News Service - Social Issues

Springfield, IL - Workin' hard for too little money? You're not alone. A new report finds one out of four working families with children in Illinois ...Read More
New York, NY — Immigrant voters could play a key role in November's election. Exit polls show that in 2006, two-thirds of all new voters in New ...Read More
St. Paul, MN - In another sign that winter is on the way, Minnesota's "Cold Weather Rule" takes effect today. Tracy Smetana with the state's Public ...Read More
Denver, CO - Golden years, indeed. More Americans say they'll be putting their retirement plans on hold if economic conditions don't improve ...Read More
Bismarck, ND – The November ballot could fundamentally change how North Dakota spends and collects money. "Measure One" is a constitutional ...Read More
New York, NY — Children's issues could fall through the cracks in this Wednesday's final presidential debate, at New York's Hofstra University ...Read More
Cincinnati, OH – Manufacturing is crucial to Ohio's economy, and yet the state has shed more than 240,000 factory jobs since 2000. In an effort ...Read More
St. Paul, MN – Job-seekers in Greater Minnesota are going to need some luck to find full-time positions. According to the latest job vacancy ...Read More
Negative ads on Florida television and radio stations have gotten some negative attention from "Divided We Fail," a bipartisan coalition launched by A ...Read More
Phoenix, AZ – Arizonans are working to find common ground in the immigration debate. In a meeting this week at the downtown campus of Arizona ...Read More
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