States Are Getting A Windfall In Revenues, But Will They Return The Money To Taxpayers?

Tax Cuts: When Republicans were putting together their tax reform plan last year, a chorus of critics warned that it would devastate state budgets. Like so many other claims, this ... Continue Reading →

States Move To Give Public Workers Greater Freedom, Choice

Across the United States, the next wave of workplace freedom is being sparked. X Several states, led by liberty-minded governors and legislatures, are providing new and groundbreaking ... Continue Reading →

State And Local Tax Deduction Cap Hurts Only High-Tax States| Investor’s Business Daily

“This is the flip side (of) tax the rich, tax the rich, tax the rich. The rich leave, and now what do you do?” said New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Feb. 4. X After ... Continue Reading →

The States’ Unfunded Pension Nightmares | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Pensions: The stock market boom has helped everyone, right? Nope. States’ pension funds have nearly $4 trillion of stock investments, but somehow haven’t benefited from ... Continue Reading →

What Do The Worst-Run States Have In Common?

Fiscal Sanity: Which political party is better at managing taxpayer dollars? The latest ranking of states’ fiscal condition offers an unequivocal answer. X For several ... Continue Reading →