The shift is in part driven by cities' policies.
New York currently makes the most off its estate tax, but California has the most to gain, a liberal policy group argues.
For the past 15 years, the Atwood Building in downtown Anchorage has been outfitted with instruments to measure how it performs during big earthquakes.
Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers criticized the legislation as ignoring "the will of the people."
The four states hit by hurricanes earlier this year offer free well testing, but not many homeowners have used the programs.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Pennsylvania’s naloxone distribution … PG&E scrutiny in California … and mapping climate change attitudes on the Jersey Shore.
The comprehensive open-source plan rolled out this week is the latest chapter in a story that has been developing for years.
Along with a new Austin campus, the company says it will add jobs at sites around the country.
U.S. Government Accountability Office estimates show mounting fiscal pressures over the next 50 years.
But some remain concerned that the money will not get to many places that need it to expand access.
Gov. Matt Bevin, who championed the legislation, called Thursday’s state Supreme Court ruling “an unprecedented power grab by activists judges.”
No one comes to this role fully prepared for the challenges.
Just 4 percent of America’s family farms have principal operators younger than 35, while nearly a third are led by someone age 65 or older.
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Recent coverage about millennials' wealth, debt and income could be missing the bigger picture.
COMMENTARY | New Jersey’s former budget director and state comptroller highlights some of the good, bad and the ugly budget practices.
One FTC commissioner thinks that’s a possibility as the Trump administration returns to a laissez-faire approach toward mergers and acquisitions.
Many of these schools are improving, but the persistent stigma against them contributes to segregation.
Despite conventional wisdom, cities don’t necessarily need population growth and more jobs to be economically healthy.
The council will engage with state and local government officials on development in zones, a White House adviser said.
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