Political novices are running for office at all levels of government -- many driven by anger over their current representatives' policies and behavior.
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The most recent states to adopt the practice are expanding it to agencies that serve disenfranchised populations, including the poor and disabled.
The justices pressed attorneys on Tuesday about the potential consequences of overturning the court’s 26-year-old ruling.
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"I can count on one hand the number of top [legislative] leaders who have successfully run for major statewide office."
While they're rarely successful, efforts to remove state Supreme Court justices over policy disagreements are becoming more common.
Hiring police officers is much harder than it used to be. To stay competitive, some are offering generous pay increases and bonuses.
The new rules are designed to reduce premiums, but health policy experts say they will have little effect.
The legislation released on Thursday includes changes that could satisfy conservatives and liberals. It does not include most of the changes President Trump proposed, such as drug testing and a Blue Apron-style delivery service.• The Bipartisan Food Stamp Reforms Congress Won't Talk About
Up until now, high-tax states have complained the most.
The recent protests in conservative states point to a potentially counterintuitive reality.• Teachers Aren't Just Striking, They're Running for Office
Under CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, the company wants to partner with cities and be more than just a rideshare.• To Uber and Lyft's Displeasure, Cities Start Taxing Them
Publicly owned internet networks are giving some rural regions an advantage over even the techiest big cities.
By applying a strategic lens to the procurement process, local governments can transform how they partner with the private sector.