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Top 3 Local: #NeverForget

On September 12, 2014

Happy Friday! It’s the end of another week which also means it’s time for a new installment Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local. If this is your first time visiting, every Friday we collect the top 3 stories that exemplify local people making local decisions across the country. We provide you with the best examples […]

New FIA Study finds expanding Medicaid will hurt Utah families

On September 10, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 10, 2014 CONTACT: Brian Jodice (202)681-3423 media@statebudgetsolutions.com Study finds expanding Medicaid will hurt Utah families  Governor Herbert’s expansion plan lowers incomes and costs jobs in the Beehive state A new study finds that Utah families will be adversely affected by Governor Gary Herbert’s plan to expand Medicaid in the state. According […]

Top 3 Local: Back to School Edition

On September 5, 2014

It’s September, which means summer has officially come to an end and kids are back in the classroom. While you’re adjusting, check out this week’s Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local Back to School Edition. If you’re new here, every Friday we collect the top 3 stories that exemplify local people making local decisions across […]

Detroit Rising: A Recap and Preview

On September 4, 2014

In July, State Budget Solutions (SBS) went to the Motor City to host and participate in two panels and community outreach that highlighted the local people who are helping to rebuild Detroit. Our two events, “Detroit Rising” and “Hope for Cities on the Brink,” featured members of the community and policy leaders who came together […]

Top 3 Local: Feds Want to Know What’s in Your Child’s Lunchbox

On August 29, 2014

Happy Friday! Before you leave town for the long weekend, check out the latest installment of Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local blog series. Are you new here? Here’s how it works: every Friday we collect the top 3 stories that exemplify local people making local decisions across the country. We provide you with the […]

EPA Clean Power Plan Under Fire

On August 28, 2014

In June, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed a new rule that would limit carbon emissions from power plants. This will have serious ramifications for energy-producing states, particularly those that generate electricity from coal power plants. Even more troublesome, the rule would restrict local decision-making and control of state energy production. A number of states […]

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