Things are looking up right now in the city. Well, at least part of it. That inequality will impact the city’s upcoming election and be the biggest issue facing its next leader.
We first published in 1987, a year when states and cities seemed poised for innovation.
Over a generation, there’s been a sea change in the way cities, states and the feds deal with each other.
City revival has ceased to be a radical idea, and that’s a good thing.
As Governing celebrates its 30th anniversary, here's a few predictions for the next three decades.