Several Republican candidates for Georgia governor have proposed abolishing the state’s income tax. Here’s why this is obviously stupid.
Tag Archives: state governments
Vacant Senate Seats & How They’re Filled
Depending on the state, a vacant U.S. Senate seat could be filled via appointment or special election. Here’s why that matters.
2 Simple Ways to Improve State-level Lobbying
A brief look at how states define “lobbyist” and how they use revolving door prohibitions.
The Never-ending Election Day – The Wrap (11/6/20)
Results from the 2020 elections.
Intergovernmental Dysfunction and Ways to Tackle It
Why we need to consider utilizing and improving multi-jurisdictional or regional cooperation.
How State Supreme Courts are Shaped
A 50-state look at each state’s “court of last resort,” commonly called “supreme courts.”
What Justice Ginsburg’s Death (could) Mean for the Supreme Court: The Wrap (9/20/20)
This week: Three considerations for the Supreme Court and Congress following Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.
The Importance of State and Local Relief Funds in the Next Stimulus Package
State and local governments are tightening belts as their revenues take a huge hit. What does this mean for Americans, and will Congress do something about it?