A new credit outlook: “[T]he full effect across all municipalities is significant because it eats into funding for other services or results in declining reserves.”
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With the Northeast Corridor in disrepair, the focus is on the present rather than the future.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services holds a call with Lone Star State officials, as the drama in Florida heats up.
A big challenge for state transportation directors: The “uncertainty of whether or not we’re going to have long-term federal funding.”
Wikipedia needs more information. And local governments just might have what the online encyclopedia needs.
Among the state’s 420-related tactics: A special car that’s filled with smoke.
Private sector opportunities pay more, making it difficult for states to attract and retain top workforce talent.
From WIC and senior vouchers to SNAP/EBT benefits and “bonus bucks,” everything flies in Catawba County, North Carolina.
While the national debate over the Affordable Care Act remains deadlocked in dispute, local-level reform trends towards bipartisan convergence.
A bill proposed in the state senate would allow income-eligible undocumented immigrants to get coverage through Medi-Cal.