Federal infrastructure package discussions stall
Following an April 30 meeting between President Trump and Democratic congressional leadership, the president planned to meet again with members of Congress on May 22 to discuss the path forward for an infrastructure package.Federal infrastructure package discussions stall
House appropriators approve FY 2020 Energy-Water funding measure
On May 21, the U.S. House Appropriations Committee approved a $46.4 billion appropriations measure on a 31 to 21 vote that would fund the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), certain Department of Interior (DOI) programs and other federal energy and water programs.House appropriators approve FY 2020 Energy-Water funding measure
What Works for Health: Social and Economic Opportunities for Counties to Improve Health for All
The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin's Population Health Institute’s recently released What Works?What Works for Health: Social and Economic Opportunities for Counties to Improve Health for All
Tornado destroys Missouri state association office
The 147-year-old Jefferson City building, now considered structurally unsound, had been the Missouri Association of Counties' home since 1990.
The tornado tore the roof and porch off of the 147-year-old building that the Missouri Association of Counties has been using as an office for more than 28 years.
Bergen County’s collaborative model reduces homelessness
HUD recognized Bergen County, N.J. as the first community in the country to reach “functional zero,” for chronic homelessness.Bergen County’s collaborative model reduces homelessness