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Though there's been widespread debate over the moral consequences of using artificial intelligence in child protective services, the Justice Department's interest in the Allegheny algorithm marks a … more
The rank-and-file Democrat who was unexpectedly elected speaker of the Pennsylvania House as a compromise candidate earlier this month is saying he hopes to keep the job even after three vacant … more
A lawsuit filed Tuesday by Wisconsin criminal justice advocacy groups seeks to block two Republican-sponsored measures from appearing on the April ballot, arguing that they were not submitted on time … more
The House of Representatives Rules Committee will meet Tuesday night to prepare a resolution that would, if passed, remove Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Omar … more
The state of Illinois lost an appeal on Tuesday after a lower court judge issued a restraining order on a newly enacted ban on some semiautomatic rifles as well as high-capacity magazines. Illinois … more
As Republicans move to oust her from a committee she clearly holds dear, the Minnesota progressive drew a parallel between Kevin and Joseph McCarthy. more
East Bay Times Letters to the Editor for Feb. 1, 2023 more
CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) -- It appears a bill to ban TikTok from West Virginia's state owned computers and other devices will go through, but the final vote was moved to Wednesday after some key … more
Two different proposals to start recreational marijuana sales in Virginia failed, signaling that the latest push for a retail market appears doomed. more
In the midst of a crowd of dozens picked to place the first legal sports bets in the state’s history, Claudia Gabriel reminded her fellow bettors to note the nature of the occasion. more
“I’m not ready to announce yet what our position is going to be with respect to tax relief,” Gov. Maura Healey said Tuesday. “That’s something that is the subject of ongoing discussion … more
Gentner Drummond says his investigation into misuse of pandemic funds will now focus on individuals. The post Oklahoma Attorney General: Vendor Not To Blame for Misspent Education Relief Funds … more
Mercury News Letters to the Editor for Feb. 1, 2023 more
Rep. Sanchez introduces legislation to require all students take nutrition classes Rep. Enrique Sanchez has introduced legislation (2023 H-5251) that would require all public high schools in the … more
Vermont lawmakers are taking testimony on a pair of bills that aim to protect health care workers who provide abortions and gender-affirming health care in Vermont from legal and disciplinary action … more
Members of the Richmond City Council will be attending Mayor Levar Stoney's State of the City Address on Tuesday night. more
The treasurer for Rep. George Santos’s (R-N.Y.) campaign has resigned, according to a letter sent to the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) Tuesday. Nancy Marks, who served as treasurer for … more
Depending on the verdict, Musk and the electric automaker that he runs could be facing more financial fallout for his unpredictable behavior on the Twitter platform, which he now owns. Without … more
Schools across Virginia will get less money than they planned for after a miscalculation from the Virginia Department of Education, and lawmakers say the problem can't be fixed quickly. more
A Democratic lawmaker in Nebraska is being accused of “anti-religious bigotry” by Republicans after she proposed to ban children from attending church youth groups or vacation Bible schools. … more
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