The Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) announced the launch of an improved and more user-friendly website. State leaders said the new website was designed with the public and partners in mind, providing them easy access to services, resources, and information.

Following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore last month, the state of Maryland began what is sure to be a lengthy recovery process. To help aid in that process, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore has launched a new website that will serve as a central hub for Marylanders in search of Federal, state, and local resources and programs related to the bridge collapse.

The state of Ohio has launched the Ohio Career Navigator, which is a new tool on designed to help state residents find workforce resources.

Connecticut has launched Jobs.CT.Gov, a new online portal aimed at assisting Connecticut residents and those seeking to move to the state in the process of finding a job.

In a bid to address the state’s growing flood risks due to climate change, New Jersey has rolled out new and enhanced tools and technologies designed to provide prospective homebuyers and renters with information they need to make better informed decisions on where to live and how to protect their property from flood damage.

California has launched Opioids.CA.GOV, a reliable source of information on opioid use prevention, data, treatment, and support where Californians can also access information related to the state’s use of opioid settlement funds and efforts to hold drug traffickers accountable.

The California Employment Development Department (EDD) announced that it is changing its private sector partner that is tasked with the delivery of unemployment (UI), disability (DI), and Paid Family Leave (PFL) benefits.

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