In an era of tight budgets and slow revenue growth, there’s pressure on legislators to be open and honest about what states can and can’t afford.
Financial timeliness is a problem that's 'widespread and pervasive,' the SEC said.
In South Dakota, two seemingly identical initiatives in November would have vastly different outcomes for consumers' interest rates.
The proposals could reshape several large U.S. cities for decades to come -- if they pass.
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