Public News Service - Social Issues

Charlestown, WV – Supporters of a "clean elections" law for West Virginia say special interests have too much influence over the state's ...Read More
Midland, MI – Keeping a secret is not always admirable, especially when the public has a right to know. That's the premise behind "Sunshine ...Read More
Pittsburgh, PA – Simply being poor -- isn't a simple matter at all. It puts Pennsylvania children at risk in more ways than one, particularly ...Read More
Seattle, WA – Thousands of toxicologists are in Seattle this week to examine the science behind some of the recent news headlines about topics ...Read More
Sturbridge, Mass. -- It's not your grandpappy's library. Today, shelves once bulging with books or magazines also offer video games. It's a way to ...Read More
St. Paul, MN – A new law signed by Governor Tim Pawlenty could help keep a roof over the heads of thousands of Minnesotans who rent property ...Read More
Pierre, SD – State lawmakers return to Pierre today, after a two-week break, to put the final wrap on this year's legislative session. One ...Read More
Columbus, OH – With a rising tide of bad economic news, including job losses, Ohio could be missing opportunities to help the new wave of laid- ...Read More
Gresham, OR – Oregon has a stake in Washington State's tug-of-war to wrestle a $44 billion U.S. Air Force contract away from Airbus and back to ...Read More
Albany, NY - Today's changing of the guard in Albany could mean good news for New York schoolkids, according to education advocates. They're hopeful ...Read More
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