Deregulation and wireless spectrum allocation is paying off in the United States. A recent report shows the country is now tied for first in the world for 5G wireless readiness. More than 100 times faster than 4G, 5G has the potential to help close the digital divide without taxpayer money, according to the report.
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A controversial bill to reduce the skyrocketing costs of Oregon’s public pension system narrowly passed the state Senate Thursday as lawmakers debated the fairness of trimming retirement benefits for public employees.
RACINE — Racine County football players will have a new synthetic turf football field thanks to the Green Bay Packers.
Michigan auto manufacturers and a conservative think tank are cheering President Donald Trump’s decision to lift steel and aluminium tariffs on Canada and Mexico, but hope for a more comprehensive trade deal.
As a contentious proposal to enact a cap-and-trade program in Oregon moves forward, one criticism of the policy has grown louder: Most of the money generated couldn’t be used to encourage zero-emissions vehicles.
Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., stood alongside senators from five other states May 16 to introduce the “STOP Surprise Medical Bills Act.”