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A growing share of statehouse reporting in state capitols across the country comes from conservative groups, blurring the lines between journalism and advocacy.
Voters legalized pot in three more places Tuesday, and now they have to decide how to regulate it. Some favor the government selling the drug directly to consumers over creating a for-profit pot industry.
High-speed Internet is finally starting to reach the nation’s most remote areas. Many residents, though, are slow to adopt it.
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An interactive show casts theatre-goers as participants in a city council meeting.