National Governors Association

State leaders in both parties are using federal cash to burnish their public standing.
They're bidding against each other and the federal government for supplies Americans desperately need. Then sometimes the orders just don't show up.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, accused the White House of running on a schedule made of some “imaginary clock.”
States are writing new laws for collecting taxes on internet sales, banking on a favorable ruling from the Supreme Court
Adding to the existing tax burden on the middle class by repealing the SALT deduction is a big step in the wrong direction.
Susan B. Anthony’s immortal words, “Failure is Impossible,” carried the suffrage movement to success with passage of the
One area of agreement: The federal government should continue to help needy Americans pay for their health insurance. By