Also in our Weekend State and Local Daily Digest: Emergency declaration in Georgia; Philly-area bridge closed after structural fracture; a big EPA fine from a Honolulu molasses spill.
Experts debate raising money from repatriation of offshore profits, tout importance of municipal bonds.
Republicans love to blame the Environmental Protection Agency for some of the country’s economic woes. Is that a fair assertion?
Commercial and non-profit groups seek favor and recognition at the U.S. Conference of Mayors winter meeting in the nation’s capital.
AVs don’t have to spell the death of walkable cities.
While some believe that Congress has the right to claw back the decisions, there has not yet been a legal challenge to a presidential monument proclamation.
The local leaders are breaking from tradition to weigh in on presidential politics.
Columbia, S.C., Mayor Stephen Benjamin is helping lead a push by city halls to defend the tax break. “We’re going to speak to every member of Congress.”
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Kansas is ‘substantively out of compliance’; Idaho cybersecurity executive order; and New Orleans cockroaches.
Although Philadelphia's percentage of adults who never married stands out among the most populous cities, it is very much in keeping with those of other high-poverty cities.