Federal Tax Changes May Prompt State Tax Overhauls

A windfall from the new federal tax law gives many states the flexibility to comprehensively rewrite their own tax codes, something not seen for decades. Read More

Juvenile Court Fees

In almost every state and the District of Columbia, the minors who appear in the roughly one million juvenile court cases each year may be charged for multiple court-related costs, fines and fees. Read More

'Safety Net' Hospitals

The cuts come at a time when many rural hospitals already are struggling to keep their doors open. Read More
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The federal government provided 31.9 percent of 50-state revenue in fiscal year 2015—the third-largest share on record, up from 30.7 percent in fiscal 2014.

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