Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal | Nevada |
June 5, 2012
Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki looks over lush forest toward the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe and imagines a day nine years and eight months from now when a worldwide television audience exceeding 2 billion will view this scene during the Winter Olympics.
Source: Boston Globe | Rhode Island |
May 30, 2012
The relationship between Curt Schilling and Rhode Island appears irrevocably damaged, as the former baseball star-turned-entrepreneur trades blame with the governor over the collapse of Schilling’s video game company, 38 Studios LLC.
Nationally, six straight years of revenue declines have put enormous pressure on state and local governments, nevertheless, some are thriving. Standard & Poor's, the credit-rating agency, reports that it issued more bond upgrades than downgrades in 2012.
The Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act are in full swing. With the influx of people who will be applying for benefits and the ACA requirement for online enrollment, it is more important than ever to verify the identities of those accessing benefits up front.