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California’s second-largest city partners with Code for America for redesign project.
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Kokomo mayor says judge has shown “bizarre behavior over time.”
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California has been the only western state without groundwater regulation—but now that looks set to change.
Some top mathematicians and computer scientists are devoting time to the problem.
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The city’s transportation CTO details how to create valuable tools for the public, put everything on a map and not reinvent the wheel in the process.
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A new tool helps state residents better understand local financial realities.