Medicaid expansion, education funding and tax breaks are at the heart of the stalemates this year. The delays may hurt some states more than others.
Panelists at the Netroots Nation conference this weekend raised concerns about finding enough candidates and donors for state legislative elections.• Will the Gerrymandering Ruling Motivate Donors and Voters?
The state is drawing inspiration from the gambling industry to get cannabis businesses access to banks.
Lawmakers failed to override the Republican governor's decision to cut 40 percent of the university system's state funding.
Supporters of the initiatives will have to wait at least two years before they go before voters.
The state is restoring the individual mandate and making an unprecedented effort to help the middle class afford health insurance.• After Midterm Wins, Momentum for Medicaid Expansion Slows
Gov. Asa Hutchinson spearheaded the streamlining.
Washington state is going further than any other to cover aging Americans' medical bills.
There's a lot of room for improvement in the way we do standardized tests. Some states are experimenting with innovative approaches.
Making neighborhoods denser is an idea with growing appeal. The question is whether it works.
White enrollment in private schools creates stark disparities in many districts.
Google’s sister company wants to build the city of the future on Toronto’s waterfront, raising concerns over privacy and the role of government.
We know how. We are the how.
They're putting more emphasis on applicants' emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills.
As the EPA and Congress debate PFAS regulations, local governments are taking action to protect people from toxic chemicals used in the production of practically everything.
Fearing more changes from Congress, states and cities are turning less and less to the municipal bond market.• Governments Rethink Their 'Moral Obligation' to Bondholders