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THE FUTURE OF Community Design

THE FUTURE OF Community Design

For Many in Indiana, Telehealth k彩平台 Are Here to Stay

While not all medical services can be administered remotely, many expect certain services to continue post-pandemic. But telehealth still requires broadband, which is inaccessible for many in rural Indiana.

By Mike Grant, Washington Times-Herald  |  June 2, k彩平台
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A Leg Up in the Search for Prosperity: Economic Freedom

Despite their very different attitudes toward the role of government, California and Texas have both found success. But the Lone Star State's small-government/low-tax model gives it an edge.

By Scott Beyer, Urban Issues Columnist  |  June 1, k彩平台
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Fortress Charleston: Can a Wall Hold Back the Waters?

The city has endorsed a $2 billion plan to wall off the historic downtown from rising seas and surging storms. It is the latest in a growing number of expensive seawalls and barriers being proposed to defend U.S. coastal cities.

By Gilbert M. Gaul, Yale Environment 360  |  June 1, k彩平台
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Baltimore Wants Internet Assurance Until Schools Reopen

Baltimore City Council members and advocates are calling on Comcast to expand its Internet availability to low-income residents and to extend the company’s current offer through 60 days after schools return to classrooms.

By Phil Davis, The Baltimore Sun  |  May 28, k彩平台
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Nevada’s Lady Justice Has Been Keeping Watch for 143 Years

The figure personifies the moral force of our judicial systems and has been represented as blind since the 16th century. But that’s not the case with the Storey County Courthouse, located in Virginia City.

By David Kidd, Photojournalist and Storyteller  |  May 28, k彩平台
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Alaska Finally Connects to Lower 48 with Overland Cable

The first overland fiber-optic cable is finally completed, connecting Alaska to the lower 48 states. The 480-mile, international cable is expected to provide more dependable high-speed Internet and phone service.

By James Brooks, Alaska Dispatch News  |  May 27, k彩平台
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Will COVID-19 End the Downtown Comeback? Don't Bet on It.

The factors that led to the revival of our city centers will still be there in the aftermath of the coronavirus shutdown: low crime, a craving for entertainment and the desire for physical proximity.

By Alan Ehrenhalt, Senior Editor  |  May 27, k彩平台
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Texas County Tests Remote Jury Trials, with Some Hesitations

Collin County used a mundane civil case to test the feasibility of video conferencing future trials where the jury worked entirely from k彩平台. However, lawyers are concerned that a video wouldn’t yield a fair trial.

By Charles Scudder, The Dallas Morning News  |  May 26, k彩平台
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Microsoft Implores Congress: Fund Broadband Connectivity

k彩平台 president Brad Smith urges lawmakers to include broadband expansion funding as part of a coronavirus stimulus package. As millions are working and studying from k彩平台, Internet connectivity is no longer an option.

By Geoff Baker, The Seattle Times  |  May 21, k彩平台
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2019 Was Seattle’s Lowest Year of Growth in Last Decade

From July 1, 2018, to July 1, 2019, the city saw its population grow just 1.5 percent. Seattle is now sixth for growth among the 50 most-populous cities; previously it had been in the top two for the last six years.

By Gene Balk, The Seattle Times  |  May 21, k彩平台
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A Small Town in Texas Turns to Bitcoin Mining to Survive

Rockdale, once k彩平台 to one of the largest aluminum processing operations in the country, is now the location of what could be one of the world’s biggest bitcoin computing mines. But nothing is guaranteed.

By David Kidd, Photojournalist and Storyteller  |  May 19, k彩平台
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