There's a historical grudge that the crypto industry holds with regulators in the Empire State.
Today school districts in parts of 22 states use a four-day week, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
It will now be up to the court to decide whether to reverse a legal precedent that dates back to an era before internet sales.
The Rockefeller Foundation and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative have teamed up to create the Communities Thrive Challenge, which will have 10 winners.
An effort to make the National Flood Insurance Program more affordable for them would necessite private-sector involvement, according to a new FEMA report.
Changes to a long-standing legal precedent could free states to impose sales taxes on more internet retailers, but the immediate revenue gains could be somewhat limited.
Beijing sees your tariffs and raises you its high-stakes baccarat players.
With South Dakota v. Wayfair, the justices could resolve long-standing tensions over online sales tax collections.
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Massachusetts, Maine, and others want to police companies that collect loan payments. The Department of Education says they can't.
Investment shortfalls, insufficient contributions reduced funded levels for public worker retirement plans
Benefit reductions can save money, but may also be making it tougher to attract workers to state and local government.
Pentagon budget changes will affect each differently
The initial round of zone approvals under the new economic development program covers 15 states and three territories.
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A new study from the Upjohn Institute provides guidance to state and local governments for analyzing options.
States that produce some of these agricultural commodities are pawns in the president's tit-for-tat with Beijing.
It’s a factor state and local policy makers may want to account for.
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