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U.S. DOT Launches New Automated Transportation Technology Advisory Committee

The group will be tasked with informing federal policy making.

New Voter ID Rules, Other Election Changes May Flummox Voters

Voters will head to the polls in November after a wave of laws and litigation in several states made it tougher to vote than it was four years ago.

Can We Hope for Better Intergovernmental Relations?

It’s one key to solving national problems, say federalism experts.

University Faculty Strike in Pennsylvania; Campaign Finance Probe Continues in N.Y.C.

Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: A new city manager in Charlotte; transgender health care benefits in Manchester, N.H.; and different rules on ballot selfies.

Half of American Adults Are in Police Facial-Recognition Databases

Cities and states are investing in biometric scanning technology, with few laws in place to restrict what they can do with it.

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Are Taxpayers Willing to Pony Up for Parks?

They were in Seattle and elsewhere. And counties from California to Ohio have proposed parks levies for the November ballot, whether it’s to simply maintain park space or add more in underserved areas.

Navigator Award Finalists: Jim Landers and Team, Indiana Legislative Service Agency

Leading the way to evaluate the costs and benefits of economic development tax credits.

Crystal Zevon, center, holds a sign on Nov. 20, 2015, at a rally outside the Statehouse in Montpelier, Vt., where she supported bringing resettling Syrian refugees.

Is This Vermont City's Refugee Resettlement Plan Sustainable?

Part 2: Resettling 100 refugees could be complicated if there isn't adequate affordable housing or employment. “There are so many unanswered questions,” according to Alderwoman Sharon Davis.

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400 Murderers to Be Re-Sentenced in Florida?; N.C. Governor's HB2 Emails Revealed

Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Donald Trump's Chicago street sign stolen; Washington struggles to cover basic school costs; L.A.'s 'ground zero' for gentrification.

State and Local Elections Officials Fight Trump Claims of ‘Rigged’ Elections

In Colorado, “numerous checks and balances for access and integrity” in the voting process make allegations of widespread corruption specious.

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