Why There Aren't Many Rooftop Solar Panels in the South

  • February 10, 2016
  • Stateline Story
  • By Sophie Quinton
States in the South offer few financial and regulatory incentives to homeowners who want to install rooftop solar systems. Read More

State and Local Health Spending Flat in First Year of Medicaid Expansion

Health care spending by state and local governments changed by the second smallest rate on record in 2014, a year in which millions of Americans gained health insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of state Medicaid programs. Read More

Hepatitis C Drugs

  • February 09, 2016
  • Stateline Story
  • By Michael Ollove
New hepatitis C drugs boast cure rates of at least 95 percent. But states are restricting their use for Medicaid patients and prisoners because the cost is so high. Read More
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Number of states in which personal income, an indicator of economic health, has increased faster than the national rate since the recession’s onset.

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A cluster of Western states—California, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington—saw the fastest personal-income growth over the past year.

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