Being poor anywhere is hard — but in Ohio, a lack of transit forces families to choose between housing they can't afford and long, exhausting commutes keeping them from their loved ones, a new study reveals.
Greg Abbott tweeted a video of himself allowing motorists free rein on Texas's already dangerous roads. His tweet was viewed 1.37 million times, and received 61,883 likes and 14,683 retweets, in 48 hours.
Dense, walkable cities mean more families can afford to stay, and public transport gets a boost. They’re also greener than suburbs, with their large homes and car-dependent multitudes. But changing zoning rules that break the car culture isn’t easy. A long read from our friends at Grist.