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.
A reminder of some of the places that could see an economic backlash if the president ends up blowing up the North American trade deal.
Many bicycle advocates see the "Idaho stop" as codifying what they already do at stop signs.
"We find ourselves continually having to ask the federal government: ‘Mother may I?’” Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter said.
Newly released U.S. Census Bureau figures show growth—and population loss—in the 50 states.
“It’s increasingly more important,” state Sen. Kelly Anthon told Route Fifty.
“They might as well form a shotgun posse to kill off the species directly,” according to a Center for Biological Diversity activist.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Connecticut state government readies for layoffs; N.Y.C. eyes nation’s highest cigarette taxes; and lack of transparency in Jefferson City.
Also in our State and Local Weekend Digest: Wyoming looks to trim state workforce; New Jersey short-term rental regulations; and an embattled town manager in Maine awaits his fate.
“We turned our electronic records management system into a business process automation system," according to the district’s information records administrator.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Changes to Ohio’s sex offender registry could be coming; San Francisco budget “rebalancing”; don’t feed New York City’s raccoons.
Navigator Award Finalist: Mike McKee, Materials Engineer, Idaho Transportation Department, District 6
Demonstrating the value of 3-D and 4-D modeling in civil engineering.
Transforming a state transportation agency by empowering its employees to pinpoint cost savings and find operational efficiencies.
Ammon’s residents can opt in and out of the city’s network and switch between independent ISPs instantly—ending cable monopolies.
A new study ranks states based on the online access they provide to the information.
Non-motorized activities like backpacking, research of 11 western states in 2014 shows, generated around $1.8 billion in spending in communities within 50 miles of "quiet recreation" sites.
Destroying the rock was part of Idaho DOT’s effort to clear a remote roadway buried last month by a landslide.
Also in our news roundup: Texas unemployment drug testing delays; Utah gears up for federal land lawsuit; and low-cost low-flow toilets.
In the Gem State, you can claim dead animals as long as you report what you take from the road.
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