Public News Service - Social Issues

Montana could have a new pot of money to invest in law enforcement personnel, training and equipment, but only if the death penalty is abolished ...Read More
Ohio is losing thousands of jobs each year because of free trade agreements, according to a new study of federally-tracked employment records ...Read More
South Dakota AARP members are gathering in Pierre this week to meet with lawmakers on a range of senior issues, and a new law on elder abuse is at ...Read More
It's been a week of big headaches for big oil, but possible relief for the public. The price of crude is falling, and yesterday the Department of ...Read More
In Washington, people who've been released from prison are only allowed to vote again after they've completed all terms of their sentence, including ...Read More
When it comes to Uncle Sam's pocketbook, many Americans say federal priorities are out of whack, with too much money for the Pentagon at the expense ...Read More
As this session of the Iowa legislature and Congress gets fully underway, this may be the best opportunity in years for real economic development in ...Read More
New Mexico kids are the least likely to succeed, according to a recent study from the non-profit Editorial Projects in Education Research Center ...Read More
A bill designed to provide all Minnesota kids access to affordable, quality health care faces a major test today before a legislative committee ...Read More
Senior advocates say the "Golden Years" have been tarnished in Oregon, thanks to years of budget cuts in the safety net. Despite cuts to long-term ...Read More
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