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june 2019 by dalcrose
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june 2019 by freerange_inc
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june 2019 by danslee
‘Lost Decade’ Casts a Post-Recession Shadow on State Finances | The Pew Charitable Trusts
As The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Fiscal 50 tool shows, states’ combined inflation-adjusted tax revenue was more than 13 percent higher than at its 2008 peak, just before receipts plunged and the lost decade began. States’ rainy day funds collectively held more money than in any year on record. And many governors in 2019 proposed spending increases to help fill some of the holes gouged by the recession, including about 20 seeking pay raises for teachers and at least 17 requesting extra dollars for higher education to curb the need for tuition hikes.

But the recent surge in tax revenue already has begun to sputter, raising uncertainty over how much of the gains were temporary in reaction to 2017’s federal tax overhaul rather than a trend. Meanwhile, states face a backlog of spending demands that have piled up over the past decade.
states  publicsector 
june 2019 by brycecovert
The Great Recession’s Impact on African American Public Sector Employment
even after controlling for personal characteristics and local economic conditions, the
difference in the probability of displacement between African American and white public
sector respondents increased from zero to a recession gap of 2.8 percentage points, now
equaling the private sector gap. The finding suggests that the formal rules that govern
public sector layoff decisions ceased to generate race neutral displacement.
recession  publicsector  race 
may 2019 by brycecovert

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