It’s an irresistible government program, and those who fall under its influence are much like characters from “The Lord of the Rings.”Read More →
From the edge of the Delaware River to the picturesque countryside of Lehigh Valley, and up and across the Alleghenies, local governments and school districts in the Keystone state have a $17.2 billion problem.Read More →
HARRISBURG – It is hard to believe anyone would want to run the city of Harrisburg.
To say the Pennsylvania capital, hugging the banks of the Susquehanna River, has seen better days is more than an understatement. The city is saddled with more than $300 million in debt and resides under a state receivership that limits the city government’s ability to hurt itself even more.Read More →
It may be back to the drawing board for Wisconsin officials who want to exceed their local spending authority.Read More →
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
SANTA FE – By law, every organization in New Mexico that receives or spends public funds has to turn in an audit each year.
“If a government is going to spend taxpayer money they should be able to account and submit a full accounting of those activities every year,” State Auditor [...]