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Top 3 Local: Is Obamacare Working?

On October 3, 2014

Ready for the weekend? So are we! Before you head out, check out the latest installment of Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local blog series. If this is your first time stopping by our site, every Friday we find the top 3 stories that exemplify local people making local decisions across the country. We provide […]

Top 3 Local: Detroit Celebrates 313th Birthday

On July 18, 2014

Happy Friday! It’s time for another installment of Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local blog series. If you’re new here, each Friday, we find 3 of the top stories from across the web that showcase local people making local decisions. We provide you with the best examples of “Federalism in Action” happening around the country, […]

Common Core Takes a Permanent Summer Vacation in More States

On June 10, 2014

  By Hannah Oh Originally posted by State Budget Solutions on June 9, 2014 Multiple state efforts to repeal the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) have culminated in success in recent weeks. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley both signed bills that effectively repeal the CCSS that were previously adopted in […]

Top 3 Local: D-Day Events Across the World

On June 6, 2014

  June is here, and it’s officially time for the first summer edition of our Top 3 Local Blog series. In case you’re new, ever Friday, Federalism in Action finds the 3 top stories highlighting local decision-making in action. We summarize the best examples of “Federalism in Action” from around the country so you can […]

Top 3 Local: Honoring Those Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice

On May 23, 2014

Are you ready for the holiday weekend? Before you close up shop for the long weekend, take a look at the latest Top 3 Local blog post. In case you’re new here, every Friday, Federalism in Action finds the 3 top stories highlighting local people making local decisions across the nation. We find the best […]

Top 3 Local: Capitol Edition

On January 17, 2014

It’s a new year, which means many state legislatures are back in session, and, in a number of states, federalism is on the agenda. We’re thrilled that keeping decision making local is garnering much-needed attention. Take a look at this week’s top 3 local stories from across the web to find out those that best […]

Warning to the “Blob”: State Attorneys General Will Not Back Down Easily

On September 16, 2013

One look at the upcoming cases before the Supreme Court and the federal courts of appeal would suggest that states and the national government have a destructively adversarial relationship. Should we be worried about this constant conflict? In some ways, it is good when state governments and the national government are at odds-that’s one important […]

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