A 2014 law set to take effect next month could leave only one clinic in the state. This week, lawyers seeking to overturn it tried to delay an appeals court ruling upholding it. They were denied. Now, the only place for them to go is the U.S. Supreme Court.
An infrastructure review graded the state’s drinking water systems at D-minus. Billions of dollars will be needed to repair and upgrade these public systems, and it’s not clear where all that money will come from. But drilling private wells simply isn’t an option for most residents.
The council approved the controversial $211 million gas plant in a 6-1 vote last year. But three council members have concluded that an “astroturfing” scandal, uncovered by The Lens, disrupted the process. They’re offering a resolution to repeal the vote.