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- COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE OUTAGES CAUSED BY HURRICANE MARIA
This memo presents data on the impact of Hurricane Maria on communications and power infrastructure in Puerto Rico. Read More »COMMUNICATIONS, 911 CALL CENTER, AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE OUTAGES CAUSED BY HURRICANE HARVEY & HURRICANE IRMA
This memo provides information about how communications and emergency response infrastructure was affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma in the Contiguous United States (i.e. excluding Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands).Read More »Another foamy excuse
Nanny Bloomberg, move over for Nanny de Blasio. Mayor de Blasio has just targeted an old Bloomberg bogeyman: styrofoam. By July 1, single-use polystyrene foam products — plates,cups, bowls, takeout containers and so forth — will be banned. By next year, the city will impose fines.Read More »Big money, national consultants put governor’s race in big leagues
As they barrel toward an expected general-election battle for Texas governor, Attorney General Greg Abbott and state Sen. Wendy Davis' campaign machines are armed with an arsenal of nationally known political consultants, digital gurus and fundraisers.Read More »Gerawan case bringing a quiet revolution in California labor law
Gerawan case bringing a quiet revolution in California labor lawCalifornians have become accustomed to slow-moving problems. Think of the long-brewing pension crisis, the intractable drought or the disappointing second-year performance of Covered California, just to name a few.Read More »How Jeb Bush’s allies tried – and failed – to stop Marco Rubio
On the night of the 2010 midterm elections, a portly, silver-haired Jeb Bush stood on a stage in the courtyard of Miami’s luxe Biltmore Hotel, appearing to choke back tears. The beloved former governor of Florida was there to introduce the young conservative insurgent who had just pulled of a remarkable underdog victory in the U.S. Senate race.Read More »