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In 2008, Johnson County, Kansas introduced a novel voter education campaign known as JoCoPoLo(Johnson County Polling Locator), which includes a website and text messaging service allowing voters to look up their polling locations. The positive impacts were immediate: The number of provisional ballots issued to voters who were at the wrong polling places fell 84 percent, from 4,267 in 2004 to just... Read More
Scientists have released new assessments of tuna populations in the western and central Pacific Ocean, and the results include several troubling developments for the world’s largest tuna fishing grounds. Read More
After a slow start, the pace of legislative activity in Congress picked up in the last days of July before lawmakers departed for the August recess. The House Natural Resources Committee approved two wilderness bills protecting three areas in Nevada and Washington, and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) tried a new approach to propel his Oregon and California (O&C) Lands... Read More
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