Public News Service - Social Issues

A lot of Minnesotans are starting the New Year with a financial hangover. Darryl Dahlheimer with LSS Financial Counseling says too many Minnesotans ...Read More
The first 100 days in office is viewed by many as a critical time for a new governor; a period when the chief executive has the most clout. That ...Read More
New Year's dieting isn't just for grown-ups in Montana anymore, due to childhood obesity concerns. Michele Simon with the Center for Informed Food ...Read More
New Mexico is one of three states considered to be "saturated with payday lenders," and that spells big trouble for New Mexico's working poor ...Read More
Wyoming women appear to be savvier when it comes to retirement planning, according to a new report from the Employee Benefits Research Institute ...Read More
The wallets of working families in several states will be a tad thicker this week. Voters around the country voted to raise the minimum wage for the ...Read More
The average American found an extra $1,200 to give to charity last year, according to a new poll from Harris Interactive. Betsy Dunklin with the ...Read More
Port Orchard, WA - Washington's rural communities and military towns have the most critical needs for after-school care as a safe alternative to kids ...Read More
Portland, OR - Oregon's current laws governing railroad crossings on private land may no longer apply. A recent Supreme Court ruling allows railroad ...Read More
Des Moines, IA - Democrats have promised to get a lot of things done in the first 100 hours of the next session of Congress. In response to that ...Read More
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