More frequent service in low-income neighborhoods, fewer buses to affluent areas, even fare-free transit, are all on the ...
Before the pandemic, Marin County had the lowest vaccination rates in California. Now, more than 90 percent of its adults are ...
The federal government is sending billions to cities and counties to overcome pandemic setbacks. Plans from 150 local ...
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education planned on thanking the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for finding a ...
State lawmakers have proposed seven ways to fix the state’s unemployment system and help claimants receive better aid. But ...
The White House is showing the way. Building on that, state and local policymakers have the opportunity to improve well-being ...
Voters in several states created redistricting commissions. Some have had their work overridden by the legislature or they’ve ...
Approximately 1 million Texans submitted their ballots by mail for the 2020 presidential election and about 8,000 of those were discounted for administrative errors. Now the state will allow voters to ...
When cities reject new projects because they don’t fit an ideal notion of “affordability,” they further worsen the housing ...
Against all odds, election officials delivered a safe and secure election during a public health crisis. But a year later, they are looking for innovative ways to restore public trust in their work.
COVID-19 has helped to highlight the racial disparities in health-care services that stem from implicit bias from doctors and medical algorithms. But for many Black patients, the discrimination goes ...
A report has found that low-income households in Detroit spend at least 25 percent of their disposable incomes on water and sewer bills. With inflation, water costs in Detroit have tripled between ...