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PUBLIC OFFICIALS OF THE YEAR
WOMEN IN GOVT
How Will Driverless Cars Really Change Cities? Who Knows.
Why ‘Nudge’ Policies Should Be Used Gently
Is Statehouse News Actually Declining, or Just Different?
Better, Faster, Cheaper
The Bus System of the Future
Turning a Commitment to Outcomes Into Practice
A Data-Driven Approach to Cooling a City
How Governments Can Keep Their Employees Happy
‘Mobility’ Is Starting to Get the Attention It Deserves
In Poverty Fight, Philadelphia Mayor Takes a New Tactic
Transportation & Infrastructure
'The Edge of a Fiscal Cliff': Ohio Transportation Director Seeks $1B for Infrastructure
Why ‘Density’ Is a Bad Word
Infrastructure Investments Won’t Matter Until We Lower Retiree Costs
Why Rebuilding 'Bigger and Better' After Disasters Is a Mistake
Hope for Fixing the Heart of America's Voting Problems
'Jenga Federalism': Trump's Method for Undoing Obama's Policies
The Fairest Tax During a Recession May Be the Least Popular
The Rise of Do-Gooder Corporations
It’s Hard to Get Cities to Share Services. States Can Help.
Houses, Not Shelters
Deluges and Dollars
Bridging a Growing Gap
Think Federal Workers Have It Bad? It's Worse for State and Local Employees.
Organizational Miscommunication? There’s a Good Way to Avoid It.
The Job-Transition Engines We Need
The Rent Is Too Damn Low
Why Some Cities Can’t Seem to Clean Up Skid Row
Big Cities Are Getting Richer, Leaving Suburbs Behind
Why We Need to See the Grisly Reality of Gun Carnage
Giving More Women the Choice Not to Get Pregnant
The Goal of Seamless Urban Mobility
Voices of the GOVERNING Institute
The Unintended Consequences of Smoke-Free Public Housing
Some Love for the Infrastructure We Already Have
Harnessing Innovation in the Opioid Fight