Category: Reports

New York’s plan to steer homeowners and landlords toward electric heat could backfire due to high costs and practical concerns Read More

School districts have used more than 400 special meetings—votes held outside the regular May and November election days—since 2011 to approve nearly $9 billion in spending, including about $2 billion last year.  Read More

Absenteeism was and remains particularly problematic for students in high school, Black and Hispanic students, and special education students. Read More

The U.S. Supreme Court in 2018 ended New York’s decades-long practice of forcing state and local government employees to pay a labor union as a condition of employment. Read More