Some bar and restaurant owners see people with dogs as important customers on patios and other outside places. In nine states, that's now legal.
At the National Governors Association meeting, governors agreed with Japanese and Chinese delegations that trade helps their local economies.
The Center for Local State and Urban Policy found more local leaders than last year saying they are optimistic Michigan is heading in the right direction.
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Representatives of states, hospitals and others say too much of their time is occupied with federal regulations.
Pete Saenz, mayor of Laredo, called on federal officials to tamp down uncertainty over tariffs and trade pacts.
The Census Bureau is facing more problems in the lead up to the 2020 Census.
Resilience projects could cut the costs of future disasters at a time when FEMA wants state and local governments to pitch in more during response.
A snow pile in Appleton, Wisconsin lasted until July 9, attracting attention from residents and local media.
Onshore fish farming in Maine moving ahead with support of local and state officials.
The court battle over the state’s strong fuel economy standards is still on.
National Association of Counties members are told now is the time to get involved in attracting investment.
Typically paid less and working worse hours, the foreign born struggle to “upskill” themselves.
“I’ve become, maybe, a fanatic about 211,” says San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox, who's expected to be the next president of the National Association of Counties.
An official with the U.S. Election Assistance Commission on Friday acknowledged some of the limits to what the funding can achieve.
A new project from Engaging Local Government Leaders compiles self-reported diversity data from 2,000 local governments.
A new report also suggests that states and territories should shoulder more of the burden after disasters.
It's the goats' second season at Theodore Wirth Regional Park, a project spearheaded by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
The Trump administration got headlines for trying to remove pro-breastfeeding language from a World Health Organization resolution, but in the U.S. the last two states this spring passed laws allowing public breastfeeding.
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