Public News Service - Social Issues

The pay is good. The benefits are attractive too. So why aren't more high school graduates going into skilled trades? Terry Curl with Boilermakers ...Read More
As usual, the Iowa caucuses will play a big role in the upcoming race for president, and the growing use of the internet is changing the campaign ...Read More
Charles Linderman doesn't mind paying taxes. Like most North Dakotans, the Carrington farmer knows the money's needed to pay for roads, law ...Read More
A recent poll says child healthcare is a top priority for Massachusetts voters, and there might be a presidential "candidate" to help the problem in ...Read More
For New York workers, there are millions of dollars going unclaimed. According to the IRS, 20 percent of the workers who qualify never apply for ...Read More
Most folks in Washington probably assume that if they can pay their rent, a landlord will consider their application. But that's not necessarily so ...Read More
A lawyer is the house. Free West Virginia legal information with no strings attached is winning a lot of new fans. Legal Aid of West Virginia has ...Read More
The farm bill isn't just for farmers; it also plays a critical role in fighting hunger in Colorado. Senators Ken Salazar (D-CO) and Tom Harkin (D-IA) ...Read More
The Oregon House has voted to stop the so-called "revolving door" and prevent legislators from immediately becoming lobbyists when their terms end ...Read More
Natural disasters, terrorist attacks or even this winter's severe weather-public safety officials across the state say Coloradans need to be ...Read More
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