Public News Service - Social Issues

Today's labor laws aren't working for the middle class anymore, according to the AFL-CIO's national organizing director during a stop to support the ...Read More
Today the U.S. Senate scheduled a vote on a plan to legalize the import of prescription drugs from other countries, beginning with Canada. Amy ...Read More
A bill currently in the Senate would make it easier for workers to join unions. While pro-business groups call it 'un-democratic,' Christine ...Read More
New York lawmakers are considering a measure that would restore state employees' rights to sue their employer. They lost that right after a series ...Read More
Forty-six years ago today the historic "Freedom Rides" through the South began in Washington, D.C. Now, a "Freedom Caravan" is planned for next ...Read More
The American Civil Liberties Union has asked the government to investigate evidence that taxpayer dollars are funding religion in the "Stop and Think" ...Read More
Now that the Economic Forum has come up with its revenue estimate, state lawmakers are trying to find $113 million in budget cuts. By law, the ...Read More
Make it a combo and get the best deal. That's what backers of a new amendment are after. An amendment has been introduced that would blend the ...Read More
Pre-schoolers in Wyoming have power potential. If they get a quality early childhood education, they'll bring more money as adults to the state ...Read More
It's "Law Week" in Tennessee, a time dedicated to demystifying the legal process and educating people about the role of the court system in a ...Read More
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