City leaders from all over the US descended on Washington DC this week for the National League of Cities Congressional City..
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State budgets are slowly beginning to bounce back despite few new sources of revenue according to two new reports from..
One day following a two-week reprieve from a possible government shutdown, state legislative leaders are urging their federal counterparts to..
The 2010 mid-term elections saw just over 1600 new state legislators elected to office. The turnover rate reached 30 percent,..
According to a new report from the National Conference on State Legislators, nearly every state believes fiscal year 2011 revenues..
A report released today by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) says the days of rapid revenue declines is..
According to an annual forecast of top policy issues facing state legislatures, budget gaps and revenue shortfalls will continue its..
As the dust settled in Philadelphia following the National Conference of State Legislatures Friday, new faces and a new-found resolve to pickup the pieces of a broken economy marked the end of a week-long summit rife with a mixture of concern, uncertainty and optimism.
The NCSL has released its latest report, “State Budget Update: July 2009,” detailing the condition of states’ fiscal health in the year ahead. One of the biggest drivers behind the bipartisan organization’s pessimistic outlook on the rest of FY 2010 and FY 2011, is the rapidly accelerating domino-effect of falling revenue streams for state and local government.
States: We need some extra ‘cabbage’ to cover next year’s rent…Missouri GOP wants to give $1 billion in birthday presents…Cities..
Although immigration reform has been absent from above the fold on most major newspapers in recent weeks, related items have..