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Seven states passed laws to restrict discussion of race, gender identity or sexual orientation in public schools in 2022.
Elections & Government
Georgia and Louisiana are the two states that hold runoff general elections.
Transportation & Infrastructure
Traffic crash fatalities for pedestrians and cyclists have steadily increased in the past decade. Infrastructure improvements can make streets safer for walking and biking.
While research on the energy consumption of video games is still emerging, a 2018 report identified software strategies and gamer access to energy-saving tools as potential ways of reducing energy usage.
High energy prices will raise the cost of heating for residential households across the country.
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.