Most style guides say to place a comma after the state (in a city-state adjective combo) and year (in a full-date adjective). This seems like poor logic. Consider: <the July 15, 2014, edition> <the Gary, Indiana, resident> It seems as though the comma after "2014" and "Indiana" should be removed, logically speaking. After all, we wouldn't write "the Indiana, resident," nor would we write "the 2014, edition." "Indiana" and "2014" are essential information, or we wouldn't know what particular state or year was being referred to. Do you agree with my revisions below? <the July 15, 2014 edition> <the Gary, Indiana resident> Thank you, as always, for taking the time to read this.