The number of Americans without insurance that have incomes falling below 138 percent of the federal poverty level, the new Medicaid eligibility threshold under the ACA. If all states implement the Medicaid expansion then they will gain coverage in 2014.
The amount of money that Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has already transferred from other places in the budget to help fight the fires raging through the state. Communities will also get help from the federal government, since the White House declared the wildfires a federal disaster yesterday.
The portion of HIV-positive Americans who don't know they're infected with the virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC recently announced plans to offer free HIV tests at pharmacies and clinics in 24 municipalities nationwide.
The number of children and families in Long Island that New York state lawmaker David Denenberg said could suffer from a shortage of Good Humor ice cream bars on ice cream trucks. Denenberg started a petition to demand the company quickly fill the void.
The decline in mandatory follow-ups to check compliance with pollution laws during Florida Gov. Rick Scott's administration. The number of pollution enforcement cases and fines over $100,000 also dropped during this time.
The drop in the number of miles young Americans (ages 16 to 34) drove in 2009 compared to 2001, according to a new study. The study also found that nearly half of young Americans have cut out driving altogether.
The price tag of a new bridge that's going to be built to connect Canada and Michigan. The state will not shoulder any of the costs, according to an agreement between Gov. Rick Snyder and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
The average compensation for public university chancellors and presidents in 2011, according to a Chronicle of Higher Education study. The president of Ohio State University, E. Gordon Gee, took home $1.99 million last year.
The portion of high school students in Memphis, Tenn., who watch at least three hours of TV a day -- the highest rate in the nation. Check GOVERNING Data for individual state trends in computer and television use among students.