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asked on January 19, 2017

What does the end of the 'wet foot, dry foot' policy mean to you?

On Thursday, the Obama administration ended of the 'wet foot, dry foot' policy that allows Cubans who reach U.S. soil to stay and became legal residents.
asked on January 12, 2017

Prenup agreements

A recent survey of marriage attorneys found that about 60 percent of lawyers polled are noticing an increase in the number of clients seeking prenups. Attorneys say that prenups are not for the wealthy. They are increasingly being used by young adults who want to address concerns about student loan debt, pre-owned business and to protect future income. Financial reporter Jonnelle Marte is working on an article about how the agreements are being used today. We’re looking to speak with couples who are married or getting married in the near future about their views on prenups.
asked on January 12, 2017

What has the Obama presidency meant to you?

Would you say the United States is better or worse after eight years of an Obama presidency?
asked on January 9, 2017

Art Hounds wants you!

Attention members of the Minnesota art scene! MPR News has a weekly arts segment we want you to be a part of. It's called Art Hounds and each weekly installment features three people from the Minnesota arts community talking briefly about a performance, opening, or event they're excited to see or want others to check out. The only stipulation is that it can't be your own work or work you're professionally, financially or personally associated with in any way.
asked on December 29, 2016

What keeps you up at night?

The new podcast "Terrible, Thanks for Asking" wants to hear from all kinds of people living all kinds of lives about what keeps them up at night.
asked on December 29, 2016

PINfluence™ Stories informed by the Public Insight Network

Dear President Obama: SoCal residents reflect January 19, 2017

KPCC asked listeners to share their parting words to President Obama.

Education, guns, jobs: Missourians hope Greitens’ goals will align with theirs January 9, 2017

St. Louis Public Radio's PIN sources share their priorities for Missouri's new governor.

At year's end, patients surge into hospitals and clinics for free care December 27, 2016

PIN source contributed his experience with end of the year care after his out of pocket limit was hit, resulting in some of the best quotes in the story.

Programs stress importance of reporting concussions by high school athletes December 21, 2016

A PIN source shared her insight and experience with concussions in high school athletes as both a player and a coach.

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  • KPCC asks “Are you #LatinoEnough?”, sparks newsroom-spanning contentSeptember 22, 2015

    Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of posts about inclusive journalism — journalism that is done with communities not for communities.  |  Follow the conversation here. Ashley Alvarado, Southern California Public Radio‘s public engagement editor, has long been a champion of listening to individuals and communities often excluded from news coverage and broader... Read more »
  • Join us for a “listening post” workshop in PortlandAugust 19, 2015

    The Public Insight Network is thrilled to team up with GroundSource founder Andrew Haeg, Oregon Public Broadcasting and Camp Odyssey, an Oregon-based innovative youth leadership diversity program, to offer a workshop on community listening, Oct. 1 in Portland. The workshop is part of a three-day event called “Experience Engagement,” co-hosted by Journalism That Matters and the University of Oregon’s... Read more »