St. Paul may be predictably progressive, but the powers at City Hall enthusiastically embrace the “1 percent.”
The 1 percent, that is, of costs automatically taken off the top of local government construction projects, under a city ordinance mandating taxpayer-funded public art.
Form counts as much as function in city infrastructure projects.Read More →
Low fares of competing taxi and ridesharing services enable the companies to serve low-income communities, according to a study published Tuesday.Read More →
Libertarian activist Gavin Seim pulled over a cop in his home state of Washington to draw attention to unlawful traffic stops by police impersonator.Read More →
Election officials say they’re confident there will be no replays of the election controversies that hit Rio Rancho and Chaparral in 2012.Read More →
‘Listening sessions’ seeking public comment on the plan to prohibit certain vehicles from Monument Road are costing taxpayers money and stifling speech.Read More →