A new study by the Council on State Taxation compares states' tax appeals processes and procedural requirements. See how your state ranks.
The federal government wants to create a single network for emergency communications, and it’s up to states to decide whether they want to join.
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Fine for smoking pot in public in the city of Seattle, Wash., under a law unanimously approved by the City Council on Monday.
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A new report finds that due to funding cuts, states are skimping on public health, leaving their residents vulnerable to infectious disease and food-borne illness.
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