City commissioners in Fargo want to expand the area where panhandling is illegal. City ordinance already prohibits begging downtown. Today’s Question: What do you think of creating city zones where begging is prohibited?
A recent NPR poll finds substantial support for compensating people for organ or tissue donations. Federal law currently prohibits paying for such donations, but the supply of available organs does not meet the demand. Today’s Question: Would you support paying people for organ or tissue donations?
Recent departures of senior leaders from Best Buy have cast a new light on office relationships between employees of different ranks. Today’s Question: Have personal relationships in the workplace ever presented a problem for you?
After resisting pressure for months to declare a position, President Obama now says he believes that same-sex couples should be able to get married. Today’s Question: How might President Obama’s stand on same-sex marriage affect your vote in November?
The Dakota County attorney is seeking indictments against an organization that provides support to people who want to commit suicide because of incurable and chronic medical conditions. Today’s Question: Should assisted suicide be an option for people in chronic, incurable pain?
Evangelical Protestant and nondenominational churches are the fastest-growing bodies of faith in Minnesota, according to a recent count. Meanwhile, Roman Catholic and traditional Protestant churches are losing membership. Today’s Question: If you attend a church, what about it appeals to you? Thanks for your interest in Today’s Question. We’d like to hear from you in Read more →
Hmong veterans of the Vietnam War are seeking the right to be buried in U.S. military cemeteries. The Hmong fighters served alongside American soldiers in the war, often helping retrieve U.S. airmen shot down over enemy territory. Today’s Question: Should Hmong veterans be granted the right to burial in American military cemeteries?
Estimates suggest that hundreds of thousands of children are homeschooled in the United States. Presidential candidate Rick Santorum often mentions that he has homeschooled his children, but it is not only conservatives who decide to teach their kids at home. Today’s Question: Could home schooling be a good option for your family?