Activists are convincing conservative Southerners to buy in to needle exchanges.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Ohio passes fetal heartbeat abortion ban ... A proposal to move lobbyists in St. Louis ... Legal challenge to the tax for homeless services in San Francisco.
The cherry trees at the Tidal Basin look beautiful, but daily flooding at high tide and crumbling infrastructure are threatening their survival.
At a briefing with President Trump, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai also said the agency will move forward with a 5G wireless spectrum auction at the end of the year.
New per capita income numbers show how national policies and international markets directly affect state and local pocketbooks.
At issue is the phrase “come on you whites,” an English soccer team motto California's DMV says has possible racial connotations.
The Texas Supreme Court found that disclosing where the state has obtained the drugs "would create a substantial threat of physical harm" to the companies.
An analysis of driver behavior data found that drivers are growing more distracted by their devices.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Man arrested in Louisiana church fires ... Officials still digging into a Durham, North Carolina explosion that killed one man ... A spring snow blankets much of the Midwest.
U.S. Education Dept. Sued Over Blocking Access to Advocacy Group’s Website From Within Office Building
Alleged Wi-Fi block violates the First Amendment and the Administrative Procedure Act, complaint argues.
COMMENTARY | For many working women, motherhood is a major interruption to their career. Some eventually work their way back up to full-time work, but there are many other paths that women might follow.
A data mobility company released an open-data initiative that maps the physical features of curbs in six cities, with the goal of reducing congestion and improving accessibility.
Increasing evidence shows the nation’s suicide and opioid epidemics are entwined.
A Boston suburb now mandates the addition of protected bike lanes on all streets due for planned street upgrades.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Ohio lawmakers pick sides on how best to run sports gambling … Connecticut launches interactive campaign to cut red tape … Georgia to provide $1.5 million in free menstrual products.
Los Angeles topped the list of cities leading in solar power installation.
The president charges that there’s “state level abuse” with a certain Clean Water Act certification needed for natural gas pipelines and other energy projects.
A bill introduced Monday would create a grant program for cash-strapped states that want to bolster their digital defenses.
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