By Jeff Hurley
Uncertainty about how Congress will address the fiscal cliff leaves states playing a guessing game.
ELECTION 2012: A WAVE OR A RIPPLE
By Tim Storey
State elections will bring a surge of new faces but no sea change to party control.
THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
By Jennie Drage Bowser
Once again, there’s something for everyone on statewide ballots this November.
By David Savage
The Supreme Court’s recent term focused on whether the Constitution limits federal authority and power.
5 TRENDS SHAPING REDISTRICTING
By Morgan Cullen and Michelle Davis
New dynamics are transforming the once-a-decade exercise of drawing political boundaries.
A BOLD APPROACH TO REFORM
By Becky Russell
Sweeping change to Idaho’s education policy turned into a hot potato issue that’s landed in voters’ laps for final approval.
A ROUNDHOUSE OF ART
By Wendy Underhill
New Mexico’s circular Capitol is home to an ambitious showcase for the state’s artists.