Increased education spending in Mississippi doesn’t always lead to better results according to an examination of data by a school-choice group.Read More →
Colorado lawmakers who already take per diem on days off and one of the highest reimbursement rates in the country will get an increase next year in the daily rate.Read More →
Officials in Bloomington, Minnesota now have the power to issue up to $100 million in general obligation bonds without a referendum. It’s a move that flies in the face of concerns over short-circuiting the role of residents to curtail spending and maintain the city’s stellar bond rating.Read More →
The fight over Mississippi education funding is being flooded the past two years with $2.5 million in out-of-state donations from left-leaning groups.Read More →
“Whether VHC can ever be made to work appears increasingly unlikely.”Read More →
High in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, the Roaring Fork Transit Authority is about to celebrate the second anniversary of the launch of America’s first ever “rural rapid transit bus line.”
It’s likely the first dinosaur-themed bus line in the country, too.
But few Americans will likely ever have the chance to ride this bus, even though they helped pay for it.Read More →