There are more lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans politicians than ever before, but they only make up .001 percent of elected officials.
The administration is focusing on a level of government that past presidents have often neglected.
Donna Arduin has made a career out of consulting with governors on budget cuts.
Dave Bauer, the CEO of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, says the Trump administration and Congress need to pitch in to help states accomplish their transportation goals.
His approach to sustainability is bolder than most.
They're putting more emphasis on applicants' emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills.
Aging out of the system brings tough challenges that states are trying to help young adults overcome.
Making medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder more readily available is a cost-effective, life-saving strategy. Some states are showing the way.
Faced with teacher strikes, many districts are making commitments they can't afford. It may be time to establish state-level GAOs to rein them in.
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.
"There is something to upset everyone in the IRS rule."
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.
We know how. We are the how.
The ruling, which united an unusual coalition of justices, could boost Democrats' chances in November.
California will be the first state where utilities charge more for power used during peak hours.
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