By David Freddoso | 04/15/14 05:18 AM
Only 11 states depended on the federal government for more than one-third of their total revenues in 2001. By 2012, 24 states found themselves in this situation. State-by-state data from the U.S. Census Bureau, compiled by the State Budget Solutions nonprofit, illustrates the trend of...
By Luke Rosiak | 04/08/14 05:24 AM
Odds are good that wherever the words "labor" or "arbitration" are mentioned at meetings around the world, somebody from the U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service will be there.
By Mark Flatten | 04/01/14 05:28 AM
Three states -- Indiana, Maine and Montana -- have already limited police use of cell phone signals to track a person's movements without a search warrant. Bills to curtail the practice are moving through 15 other state legislatures, according to a list from the American Legislative Exchange...
By Logan Porter and Luke Rosiak | 03/25/14 04:19 PM
Across the country, employees of companies with federal contracts make up to twice what others doing the same work in the region make, dramatically increasing the costs to taxpayers, a Washington Examiner analysis found.
By David Freddoso | 03/18/14 05:18 AM
Americans went to the polls and elected a whole crop of new governors in 2010 -- 26 in all, if you count the election of governors who had previously served non-consecutive terms in Iowa and Oregon.
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