Public News Service - Social Issues

Nevada lawmakers are expected to continue through the long holiday weekend with closed-door budget talks. Governor Gibbons has threatened to veto any ...Read More
It's the season of caps and gowns on college campuses around the nation, and for Washington's Governor Chris Gregoire, it's a busy time of year ...Read More
The Iraq Wall of Remembrance is on display today in Charleston. The banner features the names of the more-than 3,000 U.S. soldiers who have died in ...Read More
Congress appears ready to give President Bush the money he wants for the Iraq war, but a growing number of Iowa's religious leaders are hoping to ...Read More
Iowa's "Hawk-I" health insurance could be in danger if Congress doesn't reauthorize a program that helps states provide coverage to uninsured kids ...Read More
A growing number of Iowa homebuyers with poor credit, who borrowed from predatory lenders, are finding themselves unable to keep up with those ...Read More
It was intended to create new jobs with federal, state and local economic development dollars, but many Bismarck/Mandan workers say the Northern ...Read More
It was 53 years ago this month that the Supreme Court ruled that separate schools, divided by race, were not equal. A half-century later the court is ...Read More
Ohio children in foster care are headed to Congress today to call for an overhaul of the nation's foster care system. Arlene Jones with the Ohio ...Read More
It's hard enough for middle-class families to put food on the table, but in Washington, the half-million people who need food stamps to make ends ...Read More
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