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New Rules Could Ease Rural America's Health-Care Problems

A sweeping Medicaid change has the potential for states to address the dangerous shortage of doctors outside urban and suburban areas.

Why Is Public Corruption So Common in South Texas?

In Crystal City, nearly every public official is facing criminal charges. But it’s not the region’s only place plagued by corruption.

CIOs Fear Mass Exodus of Government IT Workers

States are not only anticipating a wave of retirements but also trouble filling the vacancies. How are they preparing?

Pension Envy: Lessons From Well-Managed Plans

Bad press has blurred the fact that not all public pension plans are underfunded and overly generous.

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