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Recent articles by David:

Virus cut access to courts but opened door to virtual future

Courts across the U.S. are still grappling with how to balance public health concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic with the right to a public trial → Read More

Virus cut access to courts but opened door to virtual future

Just two reporters were allowed inside a Georgia courtroom to serve as the eyes and ears of the public when jury selection began for the men charged with murdering Ahmaud Arbery. Pandemic restrictions also kept reporters and the public out of the courtroom during the sex-trafficking trial of music star R. Kelly. → Read More

Virus cut access to courts but opened door to virtual future

Just two reporters were allowed inside a Georgia courtroom to serve as the eyes and ears of the public when jury selection began for the men charged with murdering Ahmaud Arbery. Pandemic restrictions also kept reporters and the public out of the courtroom during the sex-trafficking trial of music star R. Kelly. → Read More

Virus cut access to courts but opened door to virtual future

Courts across the U.S. are still grappling with how to balance public health concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic with the right to a public trial → Read More

Cities seek to loosen rules on spending federal pandemic aid

Some cities are urging President Joe Biden's administration to loosen its rules for spending $350 billion of coronavirus relief money directed toward state and local governments → Read More

Cities seek to loosen rules on spending federal pandemic aid

At the Loma Verde Recreation Center south of San Diego, demolition work is underway on a $24 million project that will rebuild the facility from the ground up, complete with a new pool. An hour's drive to the north, the iconic bridge to the Oceanside pier is deteriorating because the city lacks the money for a roughly $25 million rehabilitation. → Read More

Cities seek to loosen rules on spending federal pandemic aid

At the Loma Verde Recreation Center south of San Diego, demolition work is underway on a $24 million project that will rebuild the facility from the ground up, complete with a new pool. An hour’s drive to the north, the iconic bridge to the Oceanside pier is deteriorating because the city lacks the money for […] → Read More

Cities seek to loosen rules on spending federal pandemic aid

Some cities are urging President Joe Biden's administration to loosen its rules for spending $350 billion of coronavirus relief money directed toward state and local governments → Read More

Cities seek to loosen rules on spending federal pandemic aid

At the Loma Verde Recreation Center south of San Diego, demolition work is underway on a $24 million project that will rebuild the facility from the ground up, complete with a new pool. An hour's drive to the north, the iconic bridge to the Oceanside pier is deteriorating because the city lacks the money for a roughly $25 million rehabilitation. → Read More

AP: States and cities slow to spend federal pandemic money

Many states and cities across the U.S. are getting off to a slow start in spending money from this year's coronavirus relief package championed by President Joe Biden and Democrats → Read More

U.S. states and cities slow to spend federal pandemic money

Many U.S. states and cities are slow in spending money from this year's coronavirus relief package championed by President Biden and Democrats. → Read More

AP: Missouri, other states slow to spend federal pandemic money

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican, opted not to call a special session to appropriate money from the latest federal pandemic relief act. → Read More

AP: Missouri, other states slow to spend federal pandemic money

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican, opted not to call a special session to appropriate money from the latest federal pandemic relief act. → Read More

States and cities slow to spend federal pandemic money

As of this summer, a majority of large cities and states hadn’t spent a penny from the American Rescue Plan championed by Democrats and President Joe Biden. → Read More

AP study: States and cities slow to spend federal pandemic money

As Congress considered a massive COVID-19 relief package earlier this year, hundreds of mayors from across the U.S. pleaded for “immediate action → Read More

AP: States and cities slow to spend federal pandemic money

Many states and cities across the U.S. are getting off to a slow start in spending money from this year's coronavirus relief package championed by President Joe Biden and Democrats → Read More

AP: States and cities slow to spend Democrat's pandemic aid

As Congress considered a massive COVID-19 relief package earlier this year, hundreds of mayors from across the U.S. pleaded for “immediate action” on billions of dollars targeted to shore up their finances and revive their communities. → Read More

AP: States and cities slow to spend Democrat's pandemic aid

Many states and cities across the U.S. are getting off to a slow start in spending money from this year's coronavirus relief package championed by President Joe Biden and Democrats → Read More

States and cities slow to spend Democrats' pandemic aid

As Congress considered a massive COVID-19 relief package earlier this year, hundreds of mayors from across the U. S. pleaded for "immediate action" on billions of dollars targeted to shore up their finances and revive their communities. Now that they've received it, local officials are taking their time before actually spending the windfall. → Read More

New redistricting commissions splinter along partisan lines

New commissions approved by voters to reduce partisan gamesmanship in redistricting are instead splitting along partisan lines in some states. → Read More