The latest news on state budgets
A recent poll shows 83 percent of special educators have seen budget cuts affect their services.
The latest budget compromise does nothing to help those who have faced long stretches of joblessness.
State employees notified to prepare for furloughs, layoffs if shutdown persists.
Increasing sin taxes on alcohol is bad for consumers and state budgets.
State Senate Republicans are more interested in playing footsy with unions than helping taxpayers.
Several districts woo students with pizza and prizes to boost enrollment on count day.
Ballooning benefits costs for public employees need to be cut.
U.S. politicians should look to see how budget austerity is doing in the United Kingdom.
Localities are forced to deal with irresponsible spending at all levels.