Self-driving vehicle company TuSimple plans on establishing its autonomous truck hub in Fort Worth and may even send out driverless trucks without human safety operators onto routes as soon as next year.
By Gordon Dickson, Fort Worth Star-Telegram | November 23, 2020
State legislatures have introduced more than 300 bills since October to deal with a litany of COVID-related problems, including ICU funding, liability shields, reauthorization of electronic public meetings and more.
By Carl Smith, Senior Staff Writer | November 20, 2020
Once a tech laggard, government has embraced remote work, virtual meetings and online service delivery. But continued success calls for deeper changes. Here's what needs to be done to maintain progress.
By Mark Toner, Contributing Writer | November 19, 2020
Several Washington state lawmakers are calling upon Congress to enact a coronavirus stimulus package before the Dec. 30 deadline to address a wide range of costs and hardships for health, jobs, local government and more.
By Rebecca White, Adam Shanks and Orion Donovan-Smith, The Spokesman-Review | November 18, 2020
The New York governor has been a harsh critic of the Trump Administration’s plan, claiming that the federal government is not providing enough resources to ensure that all communities have access to the vaccine.
By Brendan J. Lyons, Times Union | November 17, 2020
Hundreds of thousands of small businesses have closed because of the pandemic. A surge in new cases and unresolved election results are casting shadows on their year-end prospects, but recent bills offer help.
By Carl Smith, Senior Staff Writer | November 13, 2020
Attorney General Xavier Becerra is optimistic about the fight, but if the court strikes down the health-care law the effect could be catastrophic. Experts don’t expect a decision from the court until Spring 2021.
By Angela Hart, Kaiser Health News | November 12, 2020