Public News Service - Social Issues

Tomorrow marks the 4th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, and a group of young New Mexicans are calling for a full military withdrawal, not only ...Read More
Advocates for Ohio's children say there's a lot to like about Governor Strickland's first State of the State address, which some say had an ...Read More
A new study by the Wilder Research Foundation of homeless Minnesotans in shelters and on the streets finds the state's homeless population isn't incre ...Read More
Mandatory meetings, bathroom breaks taken away and thinly veiled threats of being fired-those are some of the stories workers from across Oregon ...Read More
The intended target was illegal aliens, but stricter Medicaid ID requirements seem to be forcing more U.S. citizens from Medicaid rolls, and now ...Read More
Health insurance through work is becoming more and more unlikely in Montana, especially for those earning less than $40,000 a year - according to a ...Read More
Last year during one 24-hour period, nearly 700 Iowa victims of domestic violence or sexual assault needed shelter, counseling, or other help ...Read More
This weekend, some Washingtonians will mark the fourth anniversary of the Iraq war by sending pots and pans to Congress. The protest honors late ...Read More
Washington's governor is expected to sign the new Children's Health Bill into law today, and supporters say it puts the state head and shoulders ...Read More
A bill introduced in the Minnesota legislature would increase funding for housing for low and moderate-income families and for the homeless. Richard ...Read More
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