Tuesday, March 4, 2008

MO & KS State Govs Make the Grade

An annual study by the Pew Research Center has given MO's state government a B+ and KS' a B-. The report heralds MO new approach to transportation infrastructure as a "model for other states." It also gives KS Governor Kathleen Sebelius a gold star for public administration for being able to get state agencies to work together instead of against each other but warns of the $5.4 billion pension liability hanging over head like the sword of Damocles.

Utah, Virginia, and Washington sit at the head of the class, while residence of New Hampshire should probably be looking for a good realtor.

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