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PUBLIC OFFICIALS OF THE YEAR
WOMEN IN GOVT
How Cities Became the New Laboratories of Democracy
2 Southern Cities, 2 (Very) Different Approaches to Transit
Should Jury Convictions Be Unanimous? It's Complicated.
Better, Faster, Cheaper
Distracted by Data
When That Pay-for-Success Project Ends
Getting Smart About Trash
Want to Be a Good Leader? Rely On a Little Help From Your Friends.
Racial Justice Can’t Be Achieved Without This
How to Take Government Budgets Off Autopilot
Transportation & Infrastructure
Flying Should Be More Like Going to Art Museums
An E-Scooter ‘Scourge’? Not So Fast.
Why Cities Should Embrace ‘Slow Mobility’
Trump's Failed Infrastructure Plan Is a Wasted Opportunity
On Water Problems, Governments Actually Work Together
How Do We Regulate Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies?
Automation Can't Replace Accountants
When Cities Rely on Fines and Fees, Everybody Loses
For Muni Bond Sales, Brand Matters
Houses, Not Shelters
Deluges and Dollars
Bridging a Growing Gap
How Public Employee Benefits (Beyond Pensions and Health Care) Compare to the Private Sector's
Philanthropy’s Real Value to the Public Sector
A Better Path to Accurate Voter Rolls
Crime or Not, Chicago Still Serves as a Model of Urban Growth
For Cities Seeking to Grow, Bigger Isn’t Always Better
Despite Political Divides, Suburbs Need Cities
The Goal of Seamless Urban Mobility
Can We Keep Food Scraps Out of the Landfill?
Taking Transit Beyond the Traditional
Voices of the GOVERNING Institute
A Crucial Funding Stream for Urban Parks
The Committee Every Lawmaker Should Want to Serve On
Turning Traditional Budgeting on Its Head