D.C. and more than a dozen states are shunning paperless refunds to avoid being conned out of hundreds of millions of dollars.
The latest Census estimates show urban counties in the northern U.S. and Midwest, in particular, are losing residents to the suburbs and Sun Belt.
States are increasingly investing in community health workers to improve their residents' health.
As the opioid epidemic rages on, public officials are being forced to consider controversial ways to curb it. In Seattle, that means opening the nation's first supervised injection facility.
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