TABLE of CONTENTS November 2010Cover Story
BY John Buntin
A new incinerator was supposed to earn Harrisburg, Pa., $1 billion. Instead, it’s a cautionary tale for what happens when an infrastructure project goes bad.
Redistricting is not likely to be kind to the political clout of rural areas.
Bringing truth, light and perhaps even fairness to redistricting.
Politics + Policy
In Philadelphia, the SugarHouse Casino’s story reflects the mixed emotions about legalized gambling.
A lot has changed, and is still changing, in Cuyahoga County since the county was slammed with corruption charges.
As problems cry out for solutions, we need more Richard Daleys.
As states implement health benefit exchanges, they’ll likely look west for guidance.
There are infrastructure projects, and then there are infrastructure projects that transform.
Laws, arbitrary rulings and contracts keep employees locked in an unrewarding work environment.
It tends to come in two forms: a centralized model and a federated approach.