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  • Spring 2020
  • How States Are Innovating to Meet Today’s Challenges
  • The Loss of Local News
  • Wildlife Crossings Can Protect Migrating Animals
  • The Coronavirus Pandemic
  • The Next Great Idea
  • A New President and CEO for Pew
  • Noteworthy
  • In the Beginning Was the Word
  • How Autonomous Vehicles Could Affect State Budgets
  • Market-Based Regional Agreements Can Help Achieve Large-Scale Marine Conservation
  • Largely Unexplored Chilean Patagonia Needs Protections
  • Property Taxes Sink Farmland Owners
  • A Pledge to Do More
  • Why Public Opinion Polls Don't Include the Same Number of Republicans and Democrats
  • Successful Shark Conservation in the Pacific
  • Return on Investment
  • How the U.S. Changed Over the Past Decade
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Spring 2020
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The Loss of Local News

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Newspapers are closing—and with fewer reporters covering local events, researchers are asking what it means for civic life.

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Wildlife Crossings Can Protect Migrating Animals

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Designated bridges and tunnels offer passage for herds, preserve habitats, and keep people safe.

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The Coronavirus Pandemic

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The Pew Research Center reports that nearly 90 percent of Americans say the virus has changed their lives in some way. A Pew biomedical scholar explains the science of the virus—and the search for a vaccine. And a Pew analysis points out ways that states can prepare for the pandemic’s impact on their budgets and services.

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