When tribes don’t allow gay couples to marry their chosen partners, they invite negative perceptions about their unique legal status.
Decisions in dueling lawsuits suggest the religious exemption law will be hard to overturn in the courts.
Bridgegate opening statements and what Christie knew; Philly City Hall’s new resident survey; legal settlements in Columbus.
Ballot Initiative Efforts on Upswing in 2016, Despite Absence of Hot-Button Marriage and Abortion Questions
Notable interest in reworking status quo on voting and campaign finance.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Kentucky gov.'s probe allowed to continue; Anchorage fights homelessness; and terminating 250 jobs won't save N.J. city much
The ‘Most Difficult Day in the History of Orlando’ Prompted a Massive Intergovernmental Show of Force
America’s deadliest mass shooting required a swift response from state and local agencies and other stakeholders to deal with the immediate danger and to manage the continuing crisis.
A discrimination vs. privacy debate
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Alaska volcano erupts; Ohio mayor’s strange dispute with neighbor; and Chicago aldermen vs. Mayor Emanuel.
“We all have a fundamental right to be exactly who we are, regardless of gender identity or expression,” says Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Newly introduced legislation in the Hoosier State on gender restrictions for public facilities is the latest to emerge in state capitals around the nation.
These benefits may be more vulnerable within state and local government, where competition over employees isn’t as fierce as in the private sector and where leaders have been under pressure to keep finances in check since the recession.
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