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D.C.’s Street Vendor Regulations Formalize The Informal

Next City

The District’s new street vending regulations allow street vendors to self-govern the sidewalks where they conduct business. Plus, a peek at new developments for street vendors in NYC and California.

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6 Things for Local Leaders to Know About EPA’s New PFAS Drinking Water Regulations

NLC (National League of Cities)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the first-ever National Primary Drinking Water Regulation for certain per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), also known as ‘forever chemicals.’ On April 10, the U.S.

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Disaster Zone Podcast: Regulating Artificial Intelligence

Disaster Zone blog

Regulation is needed for the AI industry.

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Cybersecurity regulations in 2023

Open Access Government - Technology News

Robin Campbell-Burt, CEO at Code Red, discusses cybersecurity regulations in 2023 and how they will shape our futures. Increased interest by international governments in cybersecurity usually leads to one thing, and that is increased regulations. Cybersecurity is in the spotlight more than ever before. © Anyaberkut.

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A Guide For Everyone: Accessibility & Inclusivity Inspection Handbook

Whether you're an inspector, designer, or municipal employee, streamline compliance with regulations while fostering genuine inclusivity. This handbook equips you with indispensable insights and practical strategies to ensure every space welcomes all.

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Understanding the New ATF Firearm Dealership Regulations

NLC (National League of Cities)

With the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) recently finalizing amendments to the firearm dealership regulations under 27 CFR Part 478, it is imperative for local government leaders to understand the implications of these changes and […] Source

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Federal Preemption in Railroad Regulation Before Supreme Court

NLC (National League of Cities)

Do states have the authority to regulate how long trains can stop at grade crossings? That, in essence, is the question presented before the Supreme Court of the United States by the State of Ohio in its action against railroad company CSX. Filed in November 2022, the petition arose after the Ohio Supreme Court held […] Source