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Have Judges Overstepped Their Authority on Education?

Nearly every state has faced lawsuits over school funding. But only in Kansas have judges tried to quantify the quality of education.

How Government's Using Behavioral Economics to Get People to Make Better Decisions

Federally funded projects in several states and localities are testing ways to use convenience and peer pressure to get prison inmates and people who owe child support to make better decisions.

Localities Want More Say in Transportation Spending

Two years ago, Congress cut local leaders' role in deciding how federal money should be spent.

 

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Approximate cost of pushing back the start time for Montgomery County, Md., schools, from 7:25 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. The superintendent proposed the change so students could get more sleep but recently gave up on the plan "after receiving the final cost estimates."
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June 17, 2014
 

A Plan That Seeks to Satisfy Ride-Share and Taxi Drivers

App-based ride services like Lyft and Uber have caused controversy in cities throughout the country. The mayor of Seattle -- the first city to limit the number of ride-share drivers -- proposed a plan  that he hails as a victory for the popular technology and the aging taxi industry.

 

Today's Headlines from Around the Nation

 
Politics
Supreme Court: Groups Can Sue over Campaign Lies
Alabama's Ban on Sodomy Struck Down
N.M. Governor’s Ex-Aide Pleads Guilty to Hacking
Health & Human Services
Wisconsin Legalized Cannabis Oil, But It Still Can't Be Used for Treatment
Infrastructure & Environment
4 States Let Feds Control Pollution Permits, for Now
Chesapeake Bay States Sign Pact
L.A. to Most Earthquake-Vulnerable Apartment Buildings
Management & Labor
The Top Technology States
$15 Minimum Wage on the San Francisco Ballot
More States and Cities Have Data Officers
Oyster Bay, N.Y., Clamps Down on Social Media
Public Safety & Justice
Illinois Will Stop Evaluating Cops Based on How Many Tickets They Issue
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The Art of Change

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Why Catching Government’s Bad Guys Isn’t Enough

Inspectors general need to take on another role: encouraging government to build its capacity for service delivery.

 

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