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Top 3 Local: Easter Traditions

On April 3, 2015

Welcome to our latest installment of Federalism in Action’s weekly series, Top 3 Local. Each Friday, we aim to spotlight three of the nation’s top stories featuring local people, making local decisions. You might call it “federalism in action.” Read on for this week’s Top 3 Local stories. And if you have a story we […]

Top 3 Local: Modern-Day Sagebrush Rebellion

On February 6, 2015

Happy Friday! It’s now time for Federalism in Action’s weekly blog series, Top 3 Local. If you’re new to our site, here’s what it’s all about: each week, we collect three of the nation’s top stories featuring local people, making local decisions. You might call it “federalism in action.” Read on for this week’s Top […]

Top 3 Local: Americans Want Fewer Regulations

On September 19, 2014

It’s finally Friday! It’s the official end to 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 stopping by our site, each Friday we collect the top 3 stories that exemplify local people making local decisions across the country. We provide […]

Top 3 Local: #BostonStrong Edition

On April 25, 2014

Looking for the latest stories on how states, communities, and citizens are keeping it local? Federalism in Action has you covered! Are you new to our site? Each Friday we share the 3 top stories showing local people making local decisions. We find the highlights, so you won’t ever miss a thing. Read the top […]

Top 3 Local: Maine Governor Opts for Local Solutions

On April 11, 2014

Did you catch the top local stories this week? If not, Federalism in Action has you covered with all of the latest federalism news! If you haven’t visited our site before, on Fridays we share the top 3 stories highlighting local people making local decisions, so you can stay up-to-date with the best examples of […]

Nevada the 5th Western State to Explore Transfer of Public Lands

On June 5, 2013

Our friends at the American Lands Council have been working to promote the transfer of public lands from the federal government back to the states. Western communities are suffering as a result of this arrangement, as we have seen most recently from the Sequester’s impact.  Yesterday, Nevada became the 5th state  to explore transfer of […]

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