TABLE of CONTENTS November 2011
BY Kirk Victor
State legislative fights over Internet sales tax collection have been fierce, with the big Internet retailer playing the heavyweight.
POLITICS + POLICY
At a time when people need it the most, states are tightening work requirements, lowering payments and setting time limits for welfare recipients.
A new etiquette directive from Gov. Nikki Haley has state employees sounding more chipper.
Whether we like it or not, it’s time to expect less -- lots less -- from government.
GOVERNING Publisher Emeritus Peter Harkness says it may be time for government to get out of the business of promoting homeownership.
Ohio EPA Will Leave National Group, State Director Says
A land bank knocks down foreclosed homes to stabilize Cleveland-area neighborhoods -- all at the lender’s expense.
Groups that assess the value of government programs inevitably make some enemies. That’s one reason the programs are always first on the chopping block.
New technologies are making it safer for government employees to access sensitive data on their personal computers and smartphones.