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State Net Capitol Journal – September 23, 2013; New Jersey Overhauls Corporate Tax Breaks
Posted on 23 Sep 2013 by State Net

Budget & Taxes NJ OVERHAULS CORPORATE TAX BREAKS: Looking to spur job growth in the Garden State, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) signed legislation last week to expand the state's corporate tax incentives. Under AB 3680, the New Jersey... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – November 11, 2013: Tech Industry Curbs Taxes
Posted on 11 Nov 2013 by State Net

Budget & Taxes TECH INDUSTRY CURBS TAXES: As the nation's economy has shifted from goods-based to service-based, some states have sought to counter the resulting revenue hit by taxing technological services like the updating of computer software... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – March 12th, 2012
Posted on 12 Mar 2012 by State Net

c Budget & Taxes FL JUDGE SIDES AGAINST STATE IN PENSION CASE: A Florida circuit court ruled last week that Gov. Rick Scott (R) and Republican legislative leaders' decision last year to cut public employee salaries to offset the state's... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – April 2, 2012
Posted on 2 Apr 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes PENSION SANCTITY MAY BE TESTED IN CA BANKRUPTCY: Financially troubled Stockton, California is currently in mediation with its creditors to determine whether it will file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy. The bankruptcy process is typically... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – April 9, 2012
Posted on 9 Apr 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes RISKY PENSION INVESTMENTS NOT PAYING OFF: Hoping to boost their investment returns and shrink looming deficits, public pension systems across the nation have been turning to riskier investments, such as private equity and hedge funds... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – April 16, 2012
Posted on 16 Apr 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes CT PULLS PLUG ON MANAGED CARE FOR MEDICAID: The way states used to pay doctors and hospitals for treating Medicaid patients was by directly reimbursing them for the services they rendered. But spurred by criticism that the so-called... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – March 19th, 2012
Posted on 19 Mar 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes WV COMMITS TO PAYING DOWN PENSION DEBT: West Virginia's unfunded pension liability - estimated at $10 billion last year - is one of the highest per capita in the nation. But the state became a standout on the issue in a very... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – April 9, 2012
Posted on 9 Apr 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes RISKY PENSION INVESTMENTS NOT PAYING OFF: Hoping to boost their investment returns and shrink looming deficits, public pension systems across the nation have been turning to riskier investments, such as private equity and hedge funds... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – March 12th, 2012
Posted on 12 Mar 2012 by State Net

c Budget & Taxes FL JUDGE SIDES AGAINST STATE IN PENSION CASE: A Florida circuit court ruled last week that Gov. Rick Scott (R) and Republican legislative leaders' decision last year to cut public employee salaries to offset the state's... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – April 16, 2012
Posted on 16 Apr 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes CT PULLS PLUG ON MANAGED CARE FOR MEDICAID: The way states used to pay doctors and hospitals for treating Medicaid patients was by directly reimbursing them for the services they rendered. But spurred by criticism that the so... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – April 2, 2012
Posted on 2 Apr 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes PENSION SANCTITY MAY BE TESTED IN CA BANKRUPTCY: Financially troubled Stockton, California is currently in mediation with its creditors to determine whether it will file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy. The bankruptcy process is typically... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – March 19th, 2012
Posted on 19 Mar 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes WV COMMITS TO PAYING DOWN PENSION DEBT: West Virginia's unfunded pension liability - estimated at $10 billion last year - is one of the highest per capita in the nation. But the state became a standout on the issue in a very... Read More