Immigrants make up a quarter of the long-term care workforce, which struggles with high turnover. Without them, shortages could worsen and make it harder for people to age at home.
The West Virginia Senate passed a bill that would not only punish teachers for protesting but also includes a charter school provision they recently fought to defeat. The House could vote on it as early as Monday.
"There is something to upset everyone in the IRS rule."
A new study examines whether cities respond to complaints as quickly in poor neighborhoods as they do in rich ones.
Half the city’s land mass is occupied by tax-exempt institutions. Some city councilors say they’re not paying their fair share.
California will be the first state where utilities charge more for power used during peak hours.
Amid concerns over "fake" exemptions, California is debating a bill that would make public health officials sign off on them like they do in other states. Doctors support the legislation, but the Democratic governor has criticized it.
In expanding its program that lets residents vote on public spending, New York City is enlivening democracy and engaging the electorate.
Cities and states have the tools to help shape a future that is both clean and equitable.
Coordinating commissions have fallen out of favor. It’s time to bring them back.
Gov. Gavin Newsom struck a deal with lawmakers over the weekend.
As transit agencies move away from fossil fuels, they are figuring out which environmentally friendly option is right for them.
The first African-American woman to lead Cook County's State's Attorney's Office talks about how she's making it more transparent and where her confidence comes from.
We know how. We are the how.
Lawmakers say they want to clear up confusion over plant-based meat substitutes.
States are wading into what used to be a local issue, and styrofoam containers are their next target in the effort to reduce waste that pollutes the environment.
In the post-recession era, some struggling governments are choosing not to pay bondholders -- and judges are allowing their refusal.