Public News Service - Social Issues

Cheyenne, WY - Most men say it's a "guy thing." According to a new poll from the Family Violence Prevention Fund, most believe they have a ...Read More
One of the casualties of the 2007 Minnesota Legislative session was the so-called "good faith" bill. Minnesota Association for Justice spokesman ...Read More
There's a smaller field of graduates applying for teaching jobs in South Dakota this year - and the state's largest teacher organization says it coul ...Read More
Financial danger is on the horizon for many Oregon homeowners due to the current meltdown in the sub-prime mortgage market, and that has lawmakers ...Read More
Wyoming has the fifth lowest HIV and AIDS rate in the country, and two festivals tomorrow aim to keep it that way. Wyoming Equality is holding its ...Read More
If you see a yellow school bus with another bus welded upside-down on top of it, you're not just seeing things. It's the Topsy-Turvy Bus, and it's ...Read More
It's costing more and more for Wyoming doctors to afford malpractice insurance, but a new report says there's no good reason for the spike in rates ...Read More
Many Washington workers are feeling the squeeze between low wages and a high cost of living, and experts say that's hurting their family lives ...Read More
The California News Service provides radio stations with another resource for local news and voices. In a unique approach motivated by journalistic ...Read More
The State Senate released its budget plan yesterday, and while the higher education plan has grabbed the most attention, observers say there are ...Read More
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