After a state emergency employee in Hawaii accidentally sent out a false alert about a nuclear missile strike, some county officials might be wondering: “Could it happen here?” And: “Should our county be preparing for a nuclear attack?”
County tax collectors' offices in several states spent December processing early payments from homeowners trying to get in under the wire, before the $10,000 state and local property tax deduction cap kicked in
This blog post is the third in a series highlighting jurisdictions across the country working to create fairer, more effective justice systems as part of the Safety and Justice Challenge. Check back soon for our next featured jurisdiction!
On January 11, the Trump Administration announced it would support state efforts to impose work requirements for Medicaid, the federal program providing health coverage for disabled, elderly and low-income individuals.