Read about a cap-and-trade system's success in the Northeastern states, a 267-year-old tradition in Pelham, Mass., the surprises of outsourcing government functions and the potency of states' cyber-security systems.
Read about Louisiana Bobby Jindal's evolving leadership approach, the departure of moderate governors, Democrats' potential loss of control in state legislative chambers and AG offices, the politics behind personal state income taxes and the use of algae as a biofeul.
Read about how Colorado Springs listens to their citizens, the surge of cash incentive-based poverty-fighting programs, the difficulty in merging IT systems, millennials' potential effect on government, community colleges' struggle to meet increasing demands and more.
Read about Chicago's transit chief, the electric-car movement, health IT challenges on the horizon for the states, the effectiveness of the Clean Water Act, LAPD's next-generation police stations and more!
Read about the value of states' movie-tax incentives, mobilization of attorneys general against federal power, IT-outsourcing fad, Empire State's transformation into a Medicaid fraud-fighting force, effect of Build America Bonds and more.
Josh Goodman on California's high-speed rail experiment, how the San Francisco police are trying to clean up the Tenderloin without changing the neighborhood, defusing the storm of media attention in a scandal, and more
In this Mercer Report, you’ll learn how different organizations plan to tackle the new requirements of ACA and discover where most employer concerns are focused, who expects to be hardest hit, and how different health plans and Medicaid may impact overall costs.