Route Fifty's new survey shows local government officials are particularly skeptical.
Today school districts in parts of 22 states use a four-day week, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
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But “this president has demonstrated a willingness to go back on his word,” according to Washington state’s attorney general.
Keeping track of a state transportation department’s infrastructure, including where it’s located, has never been easier.
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper are making a second, bipartisan attempt at improving Obamacare and affordability.
A National Science Foundation-funded study, conducted in Idaho, was the first to show real-world observations of silver iodide forming ice crystals inside clouds and falling out as precipitation.
Since Denver’s airport commuter rail line opened two years ago, problems with wireless technology prompted the use of human backups.
But some local officials remain apprehensive about how to proceed on a municipal solution.
Marvin Heemeyer told four people that he was “just going to bulldoze the town.” They dismissed his threats as pure bluster.
After successes in Colorado ski towns and canyon dead zones, there’s a new push in Denver as the metro area moves toward 5G.
Anecdotes have emerged of vulnerable consumers, such as cancer patients, contracting dangerous infections after smoking bad weed.
As Colorado pioneers best practices, races in Georgia and Alabama show how futile efforts are to verify votes without the right protocols in place.
The state understands it can’t hope to outpace Silicon Valley, but it can outpace other states in adopting autonomous vehicles and hyperloop.
From the Tenth Amendment to the First, civil rights to states rights, a lot is at stake for state and local governments.
The state only has enough money to keep the program operational until Jan. 31.
Front Range communities like Longmont and Fort Collins have been on the front lines of an ongoing battle over improving internet speeds, access and reliability.
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