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Have you experienced hate speech?

If you have experienced hate speech, how — if at all — did that affect the way you think about free speech and the First Amendment?
asked on October 20, 2017

Military veterans: How are the NFL "knee" protests affecting you?

If you've served as a member of the U.S military, where do you stand when it comes to athletes taking a knee during the Star-Spangled Banner?
asked on October 19, 2017

Tell OPB about the role of your neighborhood ethnic grocery store

The grocery stores in your neighborhood (or not in your neighborhood) can give some insight into the community you live in. More specifically, ethnic grocery stores can give some insight into just who lives in your community.
asked on October 16, 2017

Is parking in Miami too expensive?

Parking in Miami-Dade County can be pricey, but is it too expensive or a product of high demand?
asked on October 9, 2017

What are the best ways to reduce the costs of health care delivery?

The APM Research Lab is a new division of American Public Media that intends to strengthen the use of research and analysis in public media and beyond. The cost of delivering health care is among the first topics we will tackle. To help inform our work on this topic, we would like to hear from experts like you who have direct experience with health care delivery.
asked on September 19, 2017

Renting in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake County is seeing a surge of new apartment complexes and condominiums — many of them upscale or luxury developments. We want to hear from people who are renting about their experiences.
asked on September 13, 2017

PINfluence™ Stories informed by the Public Insight Network

DACA recipients in St. Louis area worry while Trump and Congress decide their futures October 13, 2017

A pair of PIN sources are among nearly 700,000 young immigrants who have temporary protection from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. They share their stories with St. Louis Public Radio.

No Place Like LA: Melissa, and the expensive $250 lesson October 10, 2017

No Place Like LA is our series that asks transplants and immigrants to LA, "When was the moment you felt that Los Angeles was truly home?"

Strange but true — there are fans who cheer for BYU and Utah September 8, 2017

PIN helped us successfully find and contact a surprising number of people who are fans of both teams in the state's vicious rivalry between BYU and Utah.

Harvey's wrath extends all the way to Minnesota August 31, 2017

We sent a query out to a wide Minnesota audience asking how Hurricane Harvey has affected them and their loved ones. In response we heard from a Minnesotan woman who was stuck there after traveling to Texas on vacation and a woman who was waiting for her son in Texas to come visit Minnesota for the State Fair - a family tradition. Reporter Mark Steil was able to get in contact with both of these families and included their stories in the feature.