Gov. Asa Hutchinson spearheaded the streamlining.
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
The policy was intended to discourage government dependence. It didn’t seem to work.
White enrollment in private schools creates stark disparities in many districts.
The decision increases the focus on often-ignored state legislative elections, where the GOP has recently dominated.• Supreme Court Punts Partisan Gerrymandering to States and Congress, But They May Not Act
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Washington state is going further than any other to cover aging Americans' medical bills.
Rather than treating them as the enemy, cities should collaborate with them.
They're beginning to reshape local government in a big way.
They're bringing new perspectives and ideas.
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
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.
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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.
The administration is focusing on a level of government that past presidents have often neglected.