Solar Customers Exempt From Some Taxes, Rules Arizona Supreme Court
Most states don't know how much they spend on extreme weather events.
Investors are lining up to buy them to fund environmental projects.
Spending is up on airports but down or flat for schools, highways and prisons.
Mississippi is about to find out. Decades of neglect have closed hundreds of bridges, putting the state at the forefront of America's infrastructure fight.
Critics say West Virginia, which is enjoying an explosion of natural gas production and jobs, is repeating the missteps it made with the coal industry.
Federal law makes it hard for states to capitalize on one of their biggest assets: their highway systems. But that hasn’t stopped state officials from trying.