Stricter privacy laws could make it harder for defense attorneys to use subpoenas to access data to defend their clients.
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80% of teachers who responded to a nationwide survey by the American Psychological Association reported experiences of violence and abuse at work.
They join several urban planning scholars who argued for and against single-family zoning in the Journal of the American Planning Association.
She will pursue research on race, ethnicity and immigration during her residency in New York City.
Studies on educational disparities among students of different backgrounds continue to shape the conversation.
Investigation of LAPD officers puts pressure on California’s effort to ensure the accuracy of its database of suspected gang members.
The Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision makes it easier for wealthy individuals and corporations to translate their economic power into political power.
Providing fare-free public transit to large sporting and entertainment events could reduce traffic congestion and carbon emissions at a low cost.
By charging drivers to use roads, congestion pricing prompts people to take fewer trips or switch to public transportation.
Some cities are attempting to combat homelessness by implementing a “vacancy tax” to ensure that all available housing units are used.