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Fiscal Facts

1991 - 2005

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2005, issue Sum

Do New England state and local governments have too many employees, and are they overpaid? pp. 1-6, 12 Downloads
Nick Turner and E. Matthew Quigley
Across the region: six-state review pp. 6-11 Downloads
Anonymous
Across the region: six-state review pp. 7-12 Downloads
Nick Turner

2005, issue Win

States may face higher spending in give-and-take of Medicare/Medicaid changes pp. 1-5 Downloads
E. Matthew Quiqley
Across the region: six-state review pp. 6-10 Downloads
Nick Turner

2004, issue Win

The federal Medicare prescription drug bill plan: its implications for the New England states pp. 1-5 Downloads
E. Matthew Quigley
Six-state review pp. 6-8 Downloads
E. Matthew Quigley and Nick Turner

2003, issue Sum

Preparing for the storm: rainy day funds in New England pp. 1-5 Downloads
E. Matthew Quigley

2002, issue Fall

Dealing with deficits: how New England States are managing the fiscal crisis pp. 1-4 Downloads
E. Matthew Quigley
Six-state review pp. 5-7 Downloads
E. Matthew Quigley and Amanda Lydon

2002, issue Win

Securitizing tobacco settlements: the basics, the benefits, the risks pp. 1-5 Downloads
E. Matthew Quigley
How will New Hampshire solve its school funding problem?: part 3 of 3 pp. 1-8 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine
Six-state review pp. 6-8 Downloads
E. Matthew Quigley

2001, issue Fall

How will New Hampshire solve its school funding problem? part 2 of 3 pp. 1-5 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

2001, issue Spr

How will New Hampshire solve its school funding problem? part 1 of 3 pp. 1-6 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

2000, issue Spr

Will the tobacco settlement payments go up in smoke? pp. 1-5 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

2000, issue Win

Will accountability standards improve public schools? (Accountability and education reform, part 4) pp. 1-5 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine
Should Internet sales transactions be taxed? pp. 1-4 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

1999, issue Fall

Are foundation grant programs a panacea or a problem? (Accountability and education reform, part 3) pp. 1-6 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

1999, issue Spr

Can guaranteed tax base formulas achieve either wealth neutrality or spending equality? (Accountability and education reform, part 2) pp. 1-5, 12 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine and with Lynn E. Browne

1998, issue Fall

Do New England's public schools need finance reform? (Accountability and education reform, part 1) pp. 1-5 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

1998, issue Spr/Sum

Will the current boom encourage states to spend too much? pp. 1-4 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

1998, issue Win

Is New England underinvesting in public infrastructure? pp. 1-5 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

1997, issue Fall

Are state government debt levels too high? pp. 1-3 Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine and Robert Tannenwald

1997, issue Spr

How will future aid cuts affect New England's public sector? Downloads
Daniel G. Swaine

1997, issue Win

New TANF block grants: more funds now, but enough in hard times? Downloads
Jeannette Hargroves

1996, issue Fall

Are excise tax revenues a quick fix? pp. 1-3, 8 Downloads
Jeannette Hargroves

1996, issue Spr

Fuzzy federal funds stymie governors' planning pp. 1-3 Downloads
Jeanette Hargroves

1996, issue Win

New England has relied heavily on vulnerable Medicaid financing arrangements pp. 1-3, 8 Downloads
Jeannette Hargroves and Robert Tannenwald

1995, issue Fall

New England lawmakers reject big tax cuts... at least for this fiscal year Downloads
Anonymous

1995, issue Sum

Lean state funding pinches budgets of New England public colleges and universities pp. 1-2, 8 Downloads
Anonymous

1995, issue Win

New England AFDC caseloads remain high despite the recovery pp. 1-2, 8 Downloads
Anonymous

1994, issue Fall

The rising cost of operating state prisons Downloads
Anonymous

1994, issue Sum

Are New Englanders all that reserved ? (adequacy of budgetary reserves) Downloads
Anonymous

1994, issue Win

Around New England (six-state revenue summary) Downloads
Anonymous

1993, issue Sum

State gambling revenues: are legislators becoming addicted? Downloads
Anonymous

1993, issue Spr

State spending for New England's public schools Downloads
Anonymous

1992, issue Sum

Cash assistance for New England's needy Downloads
Anonymous

1992, issue Spr

Medicaid: fiscal ill or fiscal cure? Downloads
Anonymous

1991, issue Win

Fiscal facts and myths Downloads
Anonymous
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