A new Kaiser Family Foundation survey of state Medicaid directors takes a close look at the fiscal outlook for the program.
This year, at least five states have enacted laws to protect bystanders from being sued for breaking a car window to rescue a child in an emergency.
Wisconsin CIO David Cagigal talks about how tech is forcing statewide decisions.
Some state insurance departments say using “Most Wanted” lists can help them find alleged scammers charged with fraud or theft who failed to appear in court.
To erode small-town culture is to erode the culture of the nation.
San Francisco earned top marks, according to a new National Institute for Reproductive Health report. Where does your city rate?
Individual state results have differed dramatically depending on economic conditions, population changes and tax policy choices since the recession.
Private wells aren't regulated like public water systems in the U.S.
Some cities require anyone who wants to open a public utility account—lights, gas, water, phone—to provide a Social Security number, government-issued ID or some form of proof they are in the country legally. For some immigrants, this means doing without utilities, even if they are in the country legally.
Republican Lamar Alexander and Democrat Patty Murray have negotiated a plan to extend cost-sharing reduction payments for another two years.
Not everyone wants HQ2.