Public News Service - Social Issues

Over a thousand kids, parents, educators and advocates are expected at the state capitol today for the annual "Voices for Children" rally. Todd Otis ...Read More
Oregon voters want the doors closed on payday lenders in the state. A new poll from AARP Oregon shows nearly 80 percent of voters say the state ...Read More
For Iowans, there's a non stop parade of presidential candidates visiting the state. What do most Iowans want them to talk about? A new AARP poll ...Read More
Ohio may be turning greener, and not just because it's springtime. An unprecedented coalition of over 60 farm, fishing, and conservation groups are ...Read More
Efforts to meet New York's budget deadline went late into the night all parties are pushing to finish the budget on time for a third year in a row ...Read More
Activists and local youth say they're fed up with racial profiling at the Aurora Mall, and they're calling on the City of Aurora to hold hearings on ...Read More
Five days after tornadoes tore through eastern New Mexico, recovery continues and much more help is still needed. Johnny Chavez is the Director of ...Read More
Ethics reforms have been a top priority in the Oregon legislature this session, and a sweeping new reform package is on its way to consideration by ...Read More
One side says seatbelt laws have been shown to increase use, and save lives. The other side says wearing a seatbelt should be a personal choice ...Read More
Those following Presidential candidates visiting New Hampshire may notice that the same questions are being asked over and over again when candidates ...Read More
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