AUTHORS

August 31, 2012

Transportation Agencies Turn to Mobility Management

The strategy involves partnering with other agencies and nonprofits to improve convenience for individual riders, especially seniors, and achieve cost savings at the same time.
August 31, 2012

Treating Drug Abuse to Reunite Families

Drug abuse is a common problem in child neglect cases. An Arizona program treats parents who risk losing their kids.
August 31, 2012

Texas Confronts Human Trafficking With Its Own Policies

The Lone Star state is one of many trying to combat human trafficking and help its victims with state programs.
July 19, 2012

Felons' Voting Rights Could Impact 2012 Election

States have wildly different policies when it comes to voting rights for convicted felons. Some say those discrepancies may impact the outcome of elections.
July 11, 2012

D.C. Museum Explores Design with Miniature Golf

Miniature golf will draw those in Washington, D.C., to explore design while having fun at the National Building Museum.
July 3, 2012

California's Driverless Car Bill Passes Assembly Transportation Committee

The California Assembly Transportation Committee unanimously passed the SB 1298 bill Monday, which regulates autonomous vehicles.
July 2, 2012

Alabama Attracts Airbus Manufacturing Plant

Airbus will bring 1,000 new jobs to Alabama.
June 27, 2012

Laser Light Show Grants Fall Flat in Favor of Fireworks

No town in California's San Joaquin Valley accepted a pollution control grant to hold a July 4 laser light show instead of fireworks.
June 21, 2012

Commerce Secretary John Bryson Resigns

U.S. Commerce Secretary resigned.
June 19, 2012

Child Welfare Law Change Leaves Some Behind in District of Columbia

Change in the District’s child welfare laws has resulted in uneven financial support for adopted children and those with legal guardians.
June 19, 2012

District of Columbia School Voucher Supporters Strike Deal with Feds

Congressional backers of the Opportunity Scholarship Program reached an agreement with the White House.