The National Governors Association today named Elliot Schwartz as the deputy director of its NGA Center for Best Practices.
The National Governors Association (NGA) today announced the selection of four states—Arizona, Minnesota, Mississippi and Puerto Rico—to participate in a Policy Academy on Targeting Clean Energy for Economic Development.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is proposing the state give Mississippi hospitals $4.4 million to offset an expected loss of federal funds due to the Affordable Care Act.
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