(Academic login required) Professor Larry Jacobs argues in this article that most Americans want a middle ground on health care reform, and endorses moves in Congress toward bipartisan efforts to improve Obamacare.
Frank Douma, director of the State and Local Policy Program, is quoted in this editorial on the regional impact of the new bridge over the St. Croix River, which will open to traffic later in the week.
Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this article looking at how a fatal shooting by a Minneapolis police officer has pushed the issue of police community relations to the forefront of the mayor's race.
Senior Fellow Art Rolnick argues in this commentary that the $3 billion Wisconsin pledged in subsidies to the Korean manufacturer would have been better spent on education, particularly early childhood programs.
This editorial quotes Humphrey School Diplomat-in-Residence Mary Curtin as it argues that the United States and European Union should push back on recent repressive steps being taken by leaders in Poland.
Former Sen. David Durenberger, health care policy expert and a member of the Humphrey School's advisory council, wrote this column urging current senators to take it slow on approving changes to Obamacare.
Senior Fellow Jay Kiedrowski writes this commentary praising state government agencies for their efforts to become more innovative and creative, as recognized by the State Government Innovation Awards.