Research and Events - February 2011 Syndicate content

  • February 1, 2011

    There will be a lot of talk about “reform” in the states this year. Education reform, pension reform, health care reform, Medicaid reform, tax reform and immigration reform will be legislative priorities across the country. Reform is code. In this context reform does not necessarily mean better. It means cheaper. The discussion is not really about policy.  It will be about budget and how budget relates to other priorities.

    This document previews several issues to be debated heavily this year beginning, of course, with budgets.  Other priorities include: education, health care and pension reform, legislative redistricting, job creation, public private partnerships (P3), immigration and transportation.

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