Amid all the talk about Obamacare, the economy, Obamacare, the “War on Women” and Obamacare — to name a few hot-button topics — some potentially bipartisan issues are getting left in the dust.Read More →
Regardless of whether Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton holds on to his job next week as polls suggest, Minnesota voters appear poised to topple one party rule in St. Paul on Tuesday.
Even as Governing magazine moved the race for control of the Minnesota House of Representatives into the toss-up column, political pundit David Schultz raised eyebrows by predicting the GOP will turn over the seven seats needed to retake power — and then some.Read More →
Three-fourths of New Jersey’s county sheriffs are two-timing taxpayers and state pension funds.Read More →
Gov. Tom Corbett stood at the podium in the state Capitol media center, flanked by representatives of business, labor and government from all parts of Pennsylvania, to announce the biggest tax break in state history.Read More →
Ohio came in 44th in a new Tax Foundation index of state business tax climates, dropping from 42nd in last year’s index.Read More →
For some members of the new governor-appointed ethics commission, perhaps their greatest challenge could be themselves.Read More →