America’s byways are dotted with boarded-up motels, but in New Mexico’s largest city, the old El Vado is set to be transformed through a public-private partnership.
Experts debate raising money from repatriation of offshore profits, tout importance of municipal bonds.
Advocates think that there’s “a great moment to seize” locally but Republicans in Olympia may be one step ahead.
More than 20 percent of its 24,184-bridge inventory is compromised.
Despite transparency rules, anti-discrimination laws and standardized pay rates, states still struggle with gender pay inequities in their government workforces.
“2016 was an unprecedented year for hate,” according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The deputy director of the White House’s Office of Intergovernmental Affairs encouraged state and local officials to reach out: “Come in, meet with us, let us know what’s going on.”
How would changes to the U.S. tax code affect state revenue?
Why are these Dallas suburbs funding the most expensive high school football stadiums ever built?
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Phoenix City Council rejects “sanctuary city” request; San Francisco may toll famous street; and Maine governor’s low salary.