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Stopping Profiteering in "Not-for-Profit" Hospitals

Stopping Profiteering in "Not-for-Profit" Hospitals

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

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Immigration Policy in the States- Mid-session Developments

Immigration Policy in the States- Mid-session Developments

Thursday, March 27th, 2008

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Immigration Policy in the States- Mid-session Developments

Immigration Policy in the States- Mid-session Developments

Thursday, March 27th, 2008

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Immigration Policy in the States- Mid-session Developments

With many states having finished or well into their legislative sessions, the story on immigration in the states is one of a few bad bills passed, a lot of bad bills defeated and a few positive programs moving forward.

State Immigration Policies & Politics in 2008

State Immigration Policies & Politics in 2008

Monday, February 4th, 2008

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State Immigration Policies & Politics in 2008

In November, Progressive States Network launched our State Immigration Project to support efforts by legislators and advocates to challenge anti-immigrant policies and promote smarter, humane policy that would address the concerns of voters. 

Aiding States to Stimulate the National Economy & New Models for Health Care Reform - WI and WA

Aiding States to Stimulate the National Economy & New Models for Health Care Reform - WI and WA

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Research Roundup

Like too many property tax relief programs, the tax savings from the Florida "Save Our Homes" program, which may be expanded by a vote next Tuesday, have gone overwhelmingly to the richest state residents according to a new report to be published in the Journal of Real Estate Research. The result has been a tax bonanza for owners of multi-million dollar homes. Similarly, a new study by the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute argues that property tax cut proposals by Georgia political leaders would come at the expense of working families who would likely see higher sales taxes even as richer residents would see tax cuts.

Aiding States to Stimulate the National Economy & New Models for Health Care Reform - WI and WA

Aiding States to Stimulate the National Economy & New Models for Health Care Reform - WI and WA

Thursday, January 24th, 2008