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States May Downshift Regulations for Driverless Cars

The federal government told states to take a backseat. While some will likely listen, others may push their plans full speed ahead anyway.

A New Kind of Paramedic for Less Urgent 911 Calls

Community paramedicine, which can drastically reduce unnecessary ER visits, could be the future of emergency care.

Amid Governor's Scandal, Alabama Voters Will Have Say on Impeachment Rules

A constitutional tweak has now become embroiled in talk of impeachment, misuse of funds and an alleged affair by Gov. Robert Bentley.

D.C. Devises a Scheme to Achieve Statehood

To convince Congress it’s ready to be 51, the city wants to create a state constitution. It's a tactic taken by one U.S. state before.

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