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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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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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Legislative Watch: The Cannabis Industry in the Age of COVID

Whether used for medical reasons or recreation, cannabis is a multibillion-dollar industry that could play a role in a post-pandemic recovery. Legislators have been addressing regulatory details.

By Carl Smith, Senior Staff Writer  |  May 29, k彩平台
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Pandemic Shifts Focus for Autonomous Vehicle Companies

As COVID-19 has discouraged ride- and car-sharing, companies have shifted their focus to driverless delivery of goods instead of people. Car manufacturers also are increasing their efforts for all-electric vehicles.

By Kalea Hall, The Detroit News  |  May 26, k彩平台
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Louisiana to Use Thermal Cameras to Ease COVID-19 Concerns

As Louisiana begins the first phase of its reopening plan, some businesses are considering the use of thermal cameras to detect fevers and assure health safety. The only issue? Not all COVID-19 carriers have a fever.

By Katie Gagliano, The Advocate  |  May 22, k彩平台
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Pandemic Exposes Equity, Access Gaps in Distance Learning

As schools rapidly transition to online learning during the COVID-19 crisis, there's growing evidence that poor planning coupled with insufficient tech resources have diminished K-12 education for some students.

By Mark Toner, Contributing Writer  |  May 22, k彩平台
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Legislative Watch: Can Tracing Help Health and Privacy?

Bills that address contact tracing take aim at the costs related to testing and tracking COVID-19 infections as states reopen. Others tackle privacy concerns and ensuring tracer workers reflect community diversity.

By Carl Smith, Senior Staff Writer  |  May 22, k彩平台
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Fixing the Digital Divide Could Cost Congress Billions

Twenty percent of California’s Bay Area residents don't have a k彩平台 Internet connection, a problem made worse during shelter-in-place orders. A recent bill passed by the House would provide billions to fix the problem.

By Joe Garofoli, San Francisco Chronicle  |  May 20, k彩平台
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Florida COVID-19 Response Loses Data Chief and Transparency

Rebekah Jones was the architect and manager of the state’s COVID-19 dashboard, which had received praise from the White House for its accessibility. Many now worry that data transparency will be lost with her departure.

By Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon, Florida Today  |  May 19, k彩平台
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As Economy Reopens, a Push to Rethink Regulations

During the pandemic, most governors have signed executive orders waiving requirements regarding medical licensing and health facilities. Republicans want to shield businesses broadly from civil liability for the spread of COVID-19.

By Alan Greenblatt, Senior Staff Writer  |  May 15, k彩平台
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Legislative Watch: New School Year Is a Tough Assignment

Public schools face a litany of problems relating to COVID-19 that include significant drops in funding, distribution issues for school lunch programs, lack of broadband access and bus driver protection.

By Carl Smith, Senior Staff Writer  |  May 15, k彩平台
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