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Missouri 3% August revenue dip attributed to 2020 tax-filing extensions

At first blush, Missouri’s revenue report that charts a 3% decline in overall state general revenue collections in August compared to July should set off alarm bells. According to the August 2021 General... Read more »

Shelby County sues Gov. Lee over school mask mandate ban

Shelby County sued Gov. Bill Lee in his official role as Tennessee governor on Thursday over his executive order allowing parents to opt out of school mask mandates. The Shelby County lawsuit... Read more »

Officials respond to federal nursing home worker vaccination directive

AARP Illinois said a directive from the White House requiring nursing homes to vaccinate their staff against COVID-19 or risk losing Medicaid and Medicare funding is an important step, but not everyone... Read more »

Legislative progress toward broadband in Tennessee a mixed bag

The Tennessee Legislature has made positive strides cutting red tape to aid broadband expansion, but the state unfortunately continues to be hostile to taxpayers by promoting government-run (taxpayer-funded) networks. Tennessee lawmakers passed... Read more »

New Jersey will not extend unemployment benefits when they expire Sept. 4

Gov. Phil Murphy announced the expiration on Monday during his weekly COVID-19 briefing. The governor said extending the benefits would cost the state at least $314 million per week and more than... Read more »

What is hospital in the home and when is it used? An expert explains

The hospital in the home program has been used to care for COVID patients at home, according to a recent report by The Saturday Paper. Expert opinion is divided on whether or not such... Read more »

Natural gas supplier gets OK to refund tax savings to Pennsylvania customers

A plan submitted by the National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation to distribute tax savings from the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was approved by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.... Read more »

Cooper signs police reform, oversight legislation

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a series of law enforcement reform legislation into law Thursday. Senate Bill 300 makes resisting arrest while causing serious injury to an officer a felony and increases... Read more »

Telemedicine Abortions Offer Cheaper Options but May Also Undermine Critical Clinics

Allison Hansen had just gone through a breakup with her boyfriend last year when she discovered she was pregnant. She already had an 8-year-old son and did not want another child. Hansen... Read more »

Fourteen candidates are vying for four open seats on the Denver school board

Fourteen candidates have filed to run for four open seats on the Denver school board in November. Though a majority of the seven board seats are up for grabs, the election is... Read more »