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New Mexico’s Evidence-based Approach to Better Governance

A brief highlights the accomplishments of New Mexico’s work with the Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative to use sophisticated cost-benefit analysis to inform policy and budget decisions. More

Report Finds Ongoing Voting Rights Discrimination in the United States

African American, Latino, Asian American, and Native American voters are more likely to face discrimination in this year’s elections than at any point in recent decades, according to a new report. More

Task Force Recommends Ways to Improve Transnational Security

The task force recommends ways government and industry can more effectively promote both security and economic competitiveness for sustainable public-private partnerships. More

Comparing State Spending on Employee Health Insurance

Spending on health insurance for state employees was up slightly in 2013 over the previous two years, with the cost varying widely from state to state, according to the State Health Care Spending Project. More

Report Examines Resilience of Multifamily Housing

The challenges of retrofitting New York City’s multifamily housing stock against future climate threats, including the potential effect on the city’s limited stock of affordable housing, are examined in a report by the New York University Furman Center. More