Transition to EVs is important to reduce GHG emissions, but is the U.S. prepared for the externalities?
Federal assistance during the pandemic slowed rural hospital closures to only six the past two years - things could get worse in 2023.
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Rising home heating oil prices, fewer snowplow drivers, and potentially "above normal" snow this winter may impact the Northeast.
Immigrants need social services, English language instruction, and shelter services from an already strained system -- more help is needed.
It has been two and a half years since the pandemic began, but cities have a long way to go before reaching a "new normal."
A rapid jobs recovery has U.S. health insurance coverage looking similar to what it was in 2019.
State and local government employment trends have been worrisome since the Great Recession, but the timing of COVID-19 made things worse.
Teacher shortages, learning loss, mental health concerns, and a potential fiscal cliff are taking their toll on the U.S. public education system.
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