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The American Ethos and the Betrayal of Expertise

History provides us with numerous examples of how knowledge and, most importantly, leadership either withstood the strain of a crisis, or unraveled. We are in one of those periods right now.

By Clay Jenkinson, Editor-at-Large  |  June 4, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF What’s Happening Now

The Need for Equitable Health Care Amid COVID-19

The pandemic is hitting African American communities hardest. Black mayors are taking the lead in narrowing racial disparities and working for policies that help protect everyone.

By McKinley L. Price, Mayor, Newport News, Va.  |  June 3, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF Security

k彩平台Phone Tracking in Michigan Sparks Privacy, COVID-19 Questions

A liberal advocacy group tracked cellphones from protestors who attended stay-at-k彩平台 rallies in April, without user consent. Protestors worry about their privacy, the state worries about public health.

By Beth LeBlanc, The Detroit News  |  June 3, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF Work

While Employees Work from k彩平台, Are Companies Still Liable?

Whether or not an employee is working from an office, there are still some health and security risks that are a company’s responsibility. Questions have been raised about overtime and workers’ comp.

By Anya Litvak, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette  |  June 3, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF What’s Next

California County Plans School Reopening in August

Sonoma County plans to reopen schools, to some extent, despite concerns about health and budgets. But for many families, the schools are sources of day care and meals as well as education for their kids.

By Kerry Benefield, The Press Democrat  |  June 3, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF Finance

As COVID-19 Spreads, Cashless Payments Increase for Some

Fears of spreading the coronavirus have discouraged cash transactions and increased the number of card and online payments. But cashless transactions aren’t germ-proof, and for many poor families, cash is all they have.

By Michael Williams, Times Union  |  June 3, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF What’s Happening Now

Reopening the Economy Under COVID-19: States Plot a Way Back

(UPDATED DAILY) Governing is building a 50-state map to visualize the changes underway to declare states “Open for Business” even as the coronavirus remains at large across the country.

By Carl Smith, Ben Miller and Paul W. Taylor  |  May 22, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF Work

Government Falls into a Recession and Job Cuts Soar

The last recession pummeled the government workforce. Now, the pandemic has hit and once again, layoffs have become a fact of life. But not every state and local government is cutting jobs to stanch revenue losses.

By Carl Smith, Senior Staff Writer  |  June 3, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF What’s Next

Coronavirus and the Courts: What Changes Will Stay?

Tech experts who work with county court systems have implemented a number of digital changes to help justice continue to function in the time of COVID-19, and some of those changes may become permanent.

By Zack Quaintance, Government Technology  |  June 3, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF Work

Unemployment Extensions Are Temporary Relief for Many

About 70,000 New Jersey workers have exhausted their unemployment benefits during the pandemic. Some received relief as the state opened slots for a 13-week extension. However, the rest still struggle to find work.

By Karin Price Mueller, NJ Advance Media Group  |  June 2, k彩平台
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THE FUTURE OF What’s Happening Now

Here Are 9 High-Profile Colorado Bills That COVID-19 Killed

The state legislature has killed bills that aren’t COVID-19-related or low-cost in time and money. The biggest ones include gun safety, family and medical leave, and will have to wait until next year.

By Saja Hindi, The Denver Post  |  June 2, k彩平台
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