“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.
Uber is replacing the job of autonomous vehicle operator with "mission specialists" who will provide more technical feedback to car developers.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Ohio governor vs. agribusiness … London Breed’s first day as San Francisco mayor … good news for parched Arizona … and Idaho’s 8,000-pound exemption.
About 1,500 schools and local governments have adopted a deal to buy goods from the online retailer. One group is raising concerns.
Nominee Brett Kavanaugh's skepticism about some federal regulatory power could end up reflected in states' rights cases.
Frustrated by federal environmental deregulation, states are turning to ‘cooperative federalism’ to achieve clean air and water goals.
It's one of a handful of voter-friendly policies recommended in a new report from the Democratic-leaning Center for American Progress.
Route Fifty asked local government officials what is most important to their communities’ future. Their answers may surprise you.
About 27,000 residents have downloaded the LA Wallet app, which launched last week.
Workers are seeking refunds after a recent Supreme Court ruling. The legal wrangling threatens to ensnare states and localities.
Want to know where the economy is headed? Look at Des Moines.
The transition to self-driving vehicles could breed more congestion, not less, in the short term, one new report predicts. How should states prepare the proper policy environment?
COMMENTARY | With programs to provide free college tuition for middle-class students to training workers for climate change-related jobs, state and local governments are looking to reduce inequality.
DOJ did manage to block a provision in one preventing employers from reverifying employee immigration status.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Kobach brings gun float to another Kansas parade … torrential rains swamp Houston … and a tornado touches down in a Minnesota city.
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