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Public Money Pod

Election 2022 and What Comes Next, with Bill Glasgall

The Bond Buyer

Experts examine municipal financial health

American City and County

Competition launched to attract younger talent to government IT jobs

Montclair State University News

Service-minded students selected as Montclair State University’s first NextGen leaders prepare to change the world

The Bond Buyer

Inflation Reduction Act's tax incentives may reshape muni market

Wirepoints

Illinois Still Derelict On Its Federal Loan For Unemployment Fund. US Rep. LaHood Says Pay Up. He’s Right

The Center Square

Illinois gubernatorial candidates differ on the shape of the state’s budget

The Pew Charitable Trusts

As Electric Vehicle Growth Squeezes Gas Tax Revenues, Data Helps States Prepare

Moody's Talks - Inside Economics

Podcast: State of the States

Bloomberg News

State Sales-Tax Receipts Decline as Inflation Pinches Pockets

FAQ NYC

The Overwhelming Seductions of New York

New York Daily News

NYC is teetering on the edge of fiscal cliffs

IPMA-HR

How Behavioral Science Can Help Advance Diversity and Minimize Bias in Hiring

American City and County

Remote and hybrid work is here to stay—what does that mean for local governments?

Route Fifty

The Billion Dollar Jobs Push Using ARPA Funds

The Bond Buyer Podcast

State budgets: the good, the bad and the uncertain

Portland Business Journal

Oregon's PERS investors bullish on future returns

Illinois Policy Institute

Fact Check: Pritzker Claims Fiscal Responsibility but Report Shows ‘Fiscal Cliff’

The Center Square

New Illinois budget starts Friday as audited financials reveal pension deficits, other troubling signs

Peoria Standard

Tracy cites report that confirms GOP warnings over state budget

IL Senate Week in Review

IL Senate Week in Review: May 23-27, 2022

Pennsylvania Capital-Star

Report: States, including Pa., head for 'fiscal cliff' after COVID aid runs out | Tuesday Coffee

WSEI Freedom 92.9

Illinois State News Brief

The Center Square

Budget trouble ahead for Illinois when federal aid runs dry, experts warn