County News - April 29, 2019
Supreme Court mulls Census citizenship question
Predicting the outcome of a Supreme Court case based on oral argument is foolhardy.Supreme Court mulls Census citizenship question
State law on voting machines sticky for counties
Some counties in North Carolina are scrambling to convert their current electronic voting machines to systems that use voter-verifiable paper ballots to comply with a state law.State law on voting machines sticky for counties
On the Move - April 29, 2019
Don’t let actions get ahead of culture
Aristotle said, “Change in all things is sweet.” From some perspectives, that may be true, but if you’ve ever experienced periods of big transformation or massive and disruptive change, you may very well take issue with Aristotle’s fervor in explaining it with such palatability.Don’t let actions get ahead of culture
Library Modernizes with ‘E-Card’
County residents who are unable to visit a physical library branch can’t access library resources.
A student uses the e-content library card program in San Bernardino County, Calif. Photo courtesy of San Bernardino County Library
Living Longer: Part of Your Total Compensation Package
We’ve all seen health news articles claiming people who volunteer live longer. But health news articles say a lot of things. Does volunteering really lower stress and make people happy? Yes.Living Longer: Part of Your Total Compensation Package
Minor crimes get ‘clean slate’ in Utah
Citizens who committed low-level crimes in the state of Utah are getting a second chance to have a “clean slate” thanks to Salt Lake County and the passing of House Bill 431.
Attorneys volunteer at Utah’s Expungement Day event. Photo courtesy of former Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams