Public News Service - Social Issues

Corporate takeovers usually make the top story for business news, but Tennesseans gathering this week are scrutinizing what they see as another kind ...Read More
A new report accuses large corporations of “playing games” with New Mexico’s tax laws. It says big, multi-state companies like ...Read More
According to AARP, 52 percent of Americans age 65 and older are dependent on Social Security to stay above the poverty line, and it’s the only ...Read More
Sponsors of a new campaign finance reform law say it would get big money out of politics, and put the public back in charge of elections. The plan ...Read More
Massachusetts journalists want protection for their sources, and now media industry leaders and state lawmakers are crafting a “shield.” ...Read More
Businesses are always getting hit up for charitable donations, but in Seattle, the Chow Foods restaurant group decided to take the lead by raising ...Read More
Cutting the sales tax on food in Tennessee needs to be part of a balanced diet for the state, according to tax watchdogs. There are several proposals ...Read More
Over 260,000 kids across Colorado depend on programs like Medicaid and S-CHIP for health coverage. The "All Healthy Children Act" currently before ...Read More
Congress is considering expanding and blending the existing children’s health insurance programs to ensure all kids have quality health coverag ...Read More
Children in Nevada, and especially those on Indian reservations, are among the hardest hit in the ongoing slide in healthcare coverage. A new ...Read More
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