Let blue states and cities "go the bankruptcy route," he said.
The CARES Act Allocates $15.3 Billion to California. Here’s How Much Cities and Counties Are Entitled To.
The U.S. CARES Act allots $150 billion to struggling state and local governments through the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF). Those dollars are based on population size.
Local governments and school districts will have some tough decisions to make.
One of the most contentious bills of the last session is back, albeit with some changes.
SCOTUS has declined to hear a 9th Circuit Ruling that prohibits cities and counties from enacting camping bans when adequate shelter is unavailable.
“Rising pension expenditures are already changing the landscape of local government, and the findings here suggest that the future of local government may look very different than the past,” the study’s author said.
We’re nearly two weeks into a legal case that could have enormous implications for California’s future.