Public News Service - Social Issues

Salem, OR - As the legislature considers revamping Measure 37 to minimize its financial impact on the state, a new report shows some major ...Read More
Washington, D.C. - Some of your favorite magazines could disappear under a new plan before Congress. The fate of small and specialty magazines ...Read More
Carroll, IA - The Des Moines Area Community College campus at Carroll is offering a unique sociology course for students. Instead of being cooped up ...Read More
New York, NY - New Yorker's mailboxes could be looking a little empty later this year. The junk mail will still be there, but niche magazines about ...Read More
The Minnesota House today will consider a plan that could impact tens of thousands of households. Deborah Schlick with the Affirmative Options ...Read More
A new study from the University at Albany shows children of immigrant households make up 20 percent of all children, and they are increasingly at a ...Read More
The U.S. Senate has failed to push a bill onto the floor for a vote on an issue that affects just about every senior citizen in the country who uses ...Read More
The Supreme Court's decision to ban a certain procedure to end pregnancies is the first time the court has ruled in such a case without making an exc ...Read More
The Matthew Shepard story is in the news again, this time as part of the push for positive change in protecting people from hate-motivated violence ...Read More
On the heels of news that thousands more National Guard troops are headed for Iraq, a new report says the Guard is already stretched thin and ...Read More
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