The Utah County Clerk/Auditor’s Office shared the innovative method for evaluating the authenticity of votes cast by soldiers and other individuals who are not residing within the United States.
Tension between downtowns and neighborhoods isn’t going to go away.
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Solar energy projects could replace some of the jobs and tax revenues that may be lost as constrained water supplies force California’s agriculture industry to scale back. Converting farmland to solar farms also could be critical to meeting the state’s climate change targets.
Small towns in much of the country are dangerously dependent on punitive fines and fees.
Congress can learn a lot from state legislatures.
Some critics wonder if the new city gig is a legitimate use of government money. Denver thinks so.
"Park equity" gets a new focus as cities tackle inequality in all facets of public life.
Per capita public employment dropped the most in Alaska and Arizona, while other states are expanding their workforces.
Texas is the latest state to ban all red-light cameras.
Small test-runs can help an entity avoid big mistakes, but there's an art to getting meaningful results.
More and more communities are considering reviving an old tax idea that’s been tried in only a few places.
Do schools’ dress codes unfairly target girls of color?
After two straight years of beating expectations, pension investment earnings have slightly dipped thanks in part to fears of a trade war.
From weak state parties to regional differences, we look at why these states are defying demographics.
As many of them fall into disrepair, some are adapting to cities' changing needs.