Should jumping the turnstile be treated as a crime or a civil violation akin to missing a toll?
The Supreme Court’s ruling was expected to diminish union membership. But so far, many unions have actually increased their numbers since the verdict. Conservative groups are working to reverse that trend in the long run.• ALEC Outlines 2019 Agenda to Erode Union Power
Cities are eliminating requirements for new buildings to have parking.
By the end of her first term, Hawaii state Rep. Lauren Matsumoto was hospitalized for exhaustion from trying to "do it all."
The 1978 federal pregnancy discrimination law hasn’t kept up with changes in the workplace, and efforts to reform it have failed.
Economists say the unprecedented period of economic growth may be coming to an end.
Legislatures in recent years have increased, and intensified, their attempts to assert authority over other branches of government.• 'Nobody Ran on Stripping Power Away': Putting the Wisconsin Vote in Context
States don't need to wait for Washington to act. They can build on the substantial progress some of them have already made.
Fiscal incentives can encourage local governments to consolidate redundant operations.
While state lawmakers have been locked in a stalemate on the issue, the city has implemented new rules and programs that have helped it achieve the lowest incarceration rate of any big U.S. city.
The fresh crop of progressives taking state office next year could shake up the conversations about how to lower the cost of living.
These honorees didn’t just set goals; they set ambitious, attention-grabbing goals that they're accomplishing.
What sets these outliers apart?
The city, which has more empty and dilapidated houses than most, is making buyers prove that they can afford to purchase a home -- and to fix it up.
A recent federal ruling is driving cities to revisit their local ordinances and methods of reducing homelessness.