Public News Service - Social Issues

If you see a yellow school bus with another bus welded upside-down on top of it, you're not just seeing things. It's the Topsy-Turvy Bus, and it's ...Read More
It's costing more and more for Wyoming doctors to afford malpractice insurance, but a new report says there's no good reason for the spike in rates ...Read More
Many Washington workers are feeling the squeeze between low wages and a high cost of living, and experts say that's hurting their family lives ...Read More
The California News Service provides radio stations with another resource for local news and voices. In a unique approach motivated by journalistic ...Read More
The State Senate released its budget plan yesterday, and while the higher education plan has grabbed the most attention, observers say there are ...Read More
Head Start, children's health care, and more are at stake for West Virginia in a federal budget stand-off, and community groups are calling today ...Read More
Last night parents and teachers met with education watchdogs to discuss New York City's landmark $7 billion education funding increase. Geri Palast ...Read More
In 12 percent of Colorado households, having enough food on the table isn't a given. Today is National Hunger Awareness Day and State Rep. John ...Read More
Today is "Hunger Awareness Day." Colleen Moriarty with Hunger Solutions Minnesota explains that it's designed to remind us that not everyone has enou ...Read More
The face of hunger in Ohio may be a surprise to many. On this "National Hunger Awareness Day," the state's food banks are drawing attention to the ...Read More
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