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See Your State's Per Capita Income Growth
Factories and coal mines have brought income relief to some states.
INTERACTIVE MAP
Why Some Muslim Immigrants Distrust 2020 Census
When the Census Bureau held focus groups in Michigan composed of Arabic speakers, it found that immigrants were wary of answering questions from the government.
EXPLORE THE TREND
Babies Enter Foster Care at Higher Rate
Babies and toddlers are entering the foster care system at a higher rate, a trend that some experts fear is correlated to the opioid and methamphetamine epidemics wreaking havoc across the states.
DRUG CRISIS' ROLE
Unpaid Fines, Fees Can Get Your Water Shut Off
Some governments are tying unpaid court fines and fees to water service, meaning some homeowners could get their water shut off for nonpayment. The issue has landed in the courts.
WHERE IT'S HAPPENING
Treatment Programs React to Opioids, Suicide Link
"Right now, there's no real standards for suicide prevention in addiction treatment programs. We want to change that," says Michael Johnson of the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
NEW RESEARCH
FACT OF THE MATTER
5 The number of states that had saved less than a day's worth of operating costs in their rainy day funds at the end of fiscal year 2018.
State rankings
FROM ROUTE FIFTY
SALT Cap Isn't Driving People from High Tax States
The 2017 federal tax overhaul created a $10,00 cap on the state and local tax (SALT) deduction. Migration out of states where taxpayers have used the benefit heavily is on par with the U.S., according to a new report.
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