One higher fuel tax evidently isn’t enough for Tennessee’s drivers.Read More →
Three Pennsylvania senators say they will introduce new legislation ironing out the lack of logic in current fireworks law.Read More →
The state’s Supreme Court says you can’t see how an economic development group spends public money.Read More →
The U.S. government’s ‘girl power’ foreign policy has been signed into law, boosting support for a UN aid project to empower girls in developing countries.Read More →
Money talks in politics, but sometimes not loudly enough.
In March, the political action committee for the union representing employees at Pennsylvania’s state-owned wine and spirits stores cut a check for $7,000 to state Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, R-Jefferson. Yet, just months later, Scarnati helped muscle through a bill privatizing the state stores and jeopardizing union jobs.Read More →
Watchdog Podcast: A Greek tragedy, school choice at the Supreme Court and political spy games in Wisconsin
Greece is in crisis after decades of over-spending finally caught up to it.
What lessons does the mess in Greece offer for American cities and states that have piled up debts in the public pension system?Read More →