National Politics

Is the Dockless Bike-Share Revolution a Mirage?

Posted February 8, 2018 by Angie Schmitt

After dockless bike-share companies blanketed cities in China with millions of bicycles, firms like ofo and LimeBike set their sights on American markets, backed by heaps of venture capital. They’ve put thousands of bikes on the streets of Seattle, Dallas,
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Frustrated Over Homelessness?

Posted February 1, 2018 by

Blame the Feds! Each day brings news about rising public frustration over homelessness. The Los Angeles Times’ Sunday January 28 front page story blamed local officials for not doing more.  Adam Murray of the Inner City Law Center noted that
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The Politics of Kicking the DACA Can Down the Road

Posted January 25, 2018 by Angelo Falcón

The Democrats’ compromise to support the Continuing Resolution to end the government shutdown in exchange for a tenuous Mitch McConnell commitment to a February 8th DACA vote has been sharply criticized by immigrant rights advocates as yet another instance of
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