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Despite the steadily rising number of stations, the US would need to ramp up installations to meet demand by 2030.
Adjustments to the federal land leasing program may change how much energy is produced on federal territory.
Recent increases in flight costs reflect broad inflation and higher gas prices.
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Crime data shows little change in 2021, but the data is incomplete.
Of the top 10 most educated states, nine are located on the east coast.
Most public K-12 teachers hold a master’s degree, but their median pay is nearly $20,000 lower than the median worker with an advanced degree.
Arizona ranks lowest in teacher salary when adjusted for cost of living and quality of life.
An increasing number of states are using Medicaid funds to pay for doula care due to its effectiveness at reducing maternal and infant mortality issues.
Consistent water quality violations along with aging infrastructure mean households nationwide continue to face contaminants in drinking water.
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