- How Obama’s budget proposal could affect the construction of parks and libraries
- Should cities rely on “rainy-day” funds to balance their books?
- Cities aren’t the only ones facing major pension costs
- A tale of two cities: How Jersey City is getting in its own way
- Another factor behind ballooning state pension bills
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Government is a bit like physics. In high school physics you are taught that for every action there must be an equal and opposite reaction. This is also often the case in government. Take, for example, President Obama’s budget proposal … Continue reading
New York City social service advocates last fall decried roughly $1 billion in spending cuts that would shut down fire stations, nix city-sponsored child care for low income families and slash library spending. And with yet another multi-billion budget deficit … Continue reading