U.S. state governments are facing budgetary shortfalls that threaten important public services and state employee pensions. From New York to Texas to California, states across the country must deal with revenue and spending imbalances, forcing governments to make hard choices on how to meet basic needs. Brookings experts examine the problems and offer recommendations on how states can close their budget gaps.
Map: Property Taxes in Your County
November 26, 2013
How much does the average household in your county pay in property taxes, and how does your county stack up to the rest of the nation? Use our interactive map to explore property tax rates and home values at the county level nationwide.
U.S. Economic Performance
U.S. States and Territories
U.S. Budget Deficit
Opinion | Real Clear Markets
October 29, 2013, Robert C. Pozen
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August 9, 2013, Tracy Gordon
July 31, 2013, Tracy Gordon
July 25, 2013, Robert C. Pozen
June 18, 2013, Tracy Gordon
April 2, 2013, Tracy Gordon
March 26, 2013, Gary Burtless
February 14, 2013, Adam Looney
February 5, 2013, Tracy Gordon
December 21, 2012, Tracy Gordon
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