Public News Service - Social Issues

Boise, ID – Some are new, some are classics, some are based on true stories. That describes the wide range of books on this year's list of most- ...Read More
Farmington, NM – Students trying form a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) club at Piedra Vista High School in Farmington were turned down after the ...Read More
Sioux Falls, SD – AARP South Dakota begins a new series of its statewide "Divided We Fail" meetings this month, featuring two topics: health ...Read More
Big Creek, WV – The Logan County torture incident is opening eyes to the racial divide in the region -– and some local residents are ...Read More
Richmond, VA – A new study about what the Farm Bill means for Virginia shows government safety net payments are still going to those who donR ...Read More
Pierre, SD – A new South Dakota law requires students to attend school through age 18, instead of 16. Experts say it's one of the answers to ...Read More
New York, NY — Skin color in New York greatly influences a person's earnings and education, according to a new analysis of census data released ...Read More
The U.S. Senate is expected to vote today on a bill to expand healthcare coverage for children of low-income families. Washington already has a state ...Read More
The U.S. Senate today plans to take up a bill to provide health insurance to millions of low income children. It passed the House Tuesday, and the ...Read More
A California newspaper is telling its readers to cheer up because they earn way more than North Dakotans. The San Diego Business Journal quoted the ...Read More
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