There's promise of a bipartisan bill that could restore the "ACIR."
A three-judge panel found the city ordinance essentially regulated workers’ wages, which Texas law mandates can only be done by the state.
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“This is the epitome of the failed big government system, the criminal justice system,” said the senior vice president of Koch Industries, an advocate in the fight to expunge and seal criminal records.
“It wasn't just a sense of winners and losers in this,” says Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, of Gary, Indiana.
Pretend it isn't about you.
Brookings Institutions’ Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking wants to connect more residents to opportunities using cutting-edge development practices, tools and policies.
As wildfires burn out of control, they are impacting the state’s other crisis—the growing number of people living on the streets.
Baton Rouge's parks agency wanted to get kids moving to combat youth obesity.
They just need to move to Tulsa.
Lots of state lawmakers are looking at taking up the issue of the popular—and, to some, problematic—transportation option during their upcoming sessions.
Company also outlines billions of dollars of incentives—including tax credits and cash grants—promised by states and localities.
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Proponents, however, argue changes are needed because localities charge licensing fees at the expense of cable companies’ efforts to expand broadband access.
The “toyery” once made play a part of civic infrastructure. It’s time to bring it back.
Think about the "pandas," the problems that seem small or inconsequential, but can impede career progress.
“They’ve been very aggressive, banding together across state lines to challenge a variety of policies,” one expert said about Democratic responses to the Trump administration.
Environmentalists say the state level still might be the best place to seek changes, though not necessarily at the ballot box, where the energy industry remains a fierce and well-funded foe.
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