But the state will need to put a backup system in place for the 2020 presidential primaries in case new voting machines are not ready by March.
The secrecy surrounding AI products makes even basic information about them a scandal.
Experts say it’s most effective to intervene before the age of 5.
COMMENTARY | To address rodent-related concerns, it’s useful to know how rats travel. Genetic testing might hold some answers.
Akron’s planning director says there’s a chance that what’s now a “concrete trench” could one day become a park.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Seattle City Council approves Green New Deal measure … Nevada completes largest infrastructure project in state history … Proposal in Ohio would remove permit requirement for concealed carry.
A long-planned overhaul of Iowa’s voter registration database will not be completed before the 2020 elections.
Tapping into a federal program, more school districts are providing free lunches for all students. Atlanta is among those opting in this school year.
At a House Financial Committee hearing, members of Congress heard about possible local, state, and federal solutions.
Experts say that insurers re-entering state marketplace is a sign that the marketplaces are becoming more robust and less risky for insurers, despite ongoing political and legal battles over the ACA.
COMMENTARY | A solution from the founding era might work again today.
In 2018, a statewide voter registration drive accumulated 91,000 applications.
The proposal from San Jose, California Mayor Sam Liccardo veers into complicated terrain, where past efforts have failed.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Oregon governor supports tax returns release bill … Lawsuit over 911 operations in Cincinnati … Nebraska trains addiction specialists.
The Brennan Center for Justice found only 24 states will both have voting systems that create a paper trail and require audits of the 2020 election results.
One California lawmaker said a recent test of Amazon's technology is proof that it should be kept from body-worn police cameras. The company says the testing method used by the ACLU wasn't fair.
Some states allow people with opioid addictions to get a medical marijuana card, but many medical experts oppose those policies.
New analysis of an initiative meant to increase trust between police and communities shows moderate success—and the potential for greater gains in the future.
COMMENTARY | In 2019 alone, 20 states and the District of Columbia passed sexual assault reporting reforms.
In the wake of the opioid crisis, the highly communicable hepatitis A virus is spreading in more than half the states and making its way into the general public. Underfunded health officials are valiantly trying to fight it with vaccines.
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