The Washington Post: "It’s time to end the callous policy of inmate Medicaid exclusion"
The Washington Post Editorial Board recently called for the end of the policy of inmate Medicaid exclusion:The Washington Post: "It’s time to end the callous policy of inmate Medicaid exclusion"
Control Things, Manage Processes, Lead People
In The Principles of Scientific Management, Frederick Winslow Taylor wrote, “The principal object of management should be to secure the maximum prosperity for the employer, coupled with the maximum prosperity for each employee.” Prosperity, as he defined it, was about higher wages and, importantly, the development of each employee to his or herControl Things, Manage Processes, Lead People
Feds reposition to address rural challenges
One of the federal government’s challenges in addressing the opioid epidemic springs from comparing the speed with which addiction can take hold and spread to the movement of bureaucracy.
The USDA’s Kirk Pearson talks solutions to rural problems at the WIR conference as HHS’ John Graham looks on. Photo by Hugh Clarke
Waste-to-energy plant stems garbage tide in Spokane
The city of Spokane and Spokane County addressed their refuse woes with a waste-to-energy plant that is running well 27 years later.
Iron County, Utah Commissioner Alma Adams peers into the incinerator at the Spokane Waste-to-Energy plant, where temperatures top 2,000 degrees. Photo by Charlie Ban
Supreme Court rules for police officers in free speech case
The Supreme Court has finally ruled in Nieves v. Bartlett that the existence of probable cause defeats a First Amendment retaliatory arrest case…with one small caveat.Supreme Court rules for police officers in free speech case