The number of administrative staff in Kentucky schools grew by 43 percent between 1992 and 2009, despite just a 4 percent increase in students.
Utah is one of several states expected to consider legislation allowing terminally
Municipal broadband systems remain a popular idea in many cities, despite their failing track record.
As electronic cigarettes grow in popularity, state and local governments are debating whether and how the products should be regulated and taxed.
In 2008, then-governor Jennifer Granholm signed into law Michigan’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS), requiring all state utilities to generate 10 percent of all retail electricity sales from ren
Vermont has several interventionist policies designed to encourage the development of wind and solar power.
This summer, the U.S.
In both 1979 and 1981, the New Mexico Legislature passed right-to-work laws, but both bills were vetoed by then-Gov. Bruce King (D).
Vermont is the first state to attempt to establish a completely government-run health care system, financing and administering health care services and health insurance coverage.