During his first seven-and-a-half months in office, Gov. Pete Ricketts has been out of state eight times — more than a month — for a mix of personal and official business ranging from a Chicago Cubs board meeting to a European trade mission.Read More →
As one of only two states dedicated as a “sanctuary state,” Rhode Island’s lack of data leaves only anecdotes and inklings for any kind of analysis.Read More →
The agency in charge of school modernization mismanaged money, an audit shows, and questions about ensuring financial transparency and accountability remain.Read More →
The government body in charge of school modernization efforts in Washington, D.C., has done a poor job of managing funds, according to a report released Wednesday by the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor.Read More →
Legislators call them earmarks, but taxpayers prefer to call them pork — and Ohio’s budget for the next two years contains millions of dollars for them.
Oink. Oink.Read More →
Teachers unions are questioning the transparency and due process of a measure to permanently exempt teacher’s evaluations from public records requests.Read More →