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State Income Taxes Push Many Families Deeper Into Poverty

Washington, DC–Sixteen states taxed working-poor families deeper into poverty last year, according to a new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Income tax bills on…

Hampton Roads ASPA Chapter Meets with Local City Managers

Hampton Roads ASPA Chapter Meets with Local City Managers


Dismantling Institutionalized Racism Workshop Attracts Large Audience for Evergreen Chapter

Dismantling Institutionalized Racism Workshop Attracts Large Audience for Evergreen Chapter

“Dealing with oppression and racism is about reclaiming our humanity as individuals and establishing social justice,” Glenn Harris told a standing room audience during a “Dismantling Institutionalized Racism” workshop.…

Kuotsai “Tom” Liou Will Assume Presidency of Society in 2012

Kuotsai “Tom” Liou Will Assume Presidency of Society in 2012

Kuotsai “Tom” Liou, a professor at the University of Central Florida, has been elected ASPA vice president and will become president of the organization in 2012. Liou will officially assume…

National Council Representative District Winners Announced

National Council Representative District Winners Announced


James Lager Wins 2009 PA TIMES Best Article Award

The PA TIMES is pleased to announce that the October 2009 article “Have a Problem with Compliance?” by James M. Lager, has been selected as the winner of…

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Surprising Majority of Americans Endorse Careers in Government; But, Survey Reports, They Don’t Entirely Trust Federal Workers

By an overwhelming margin, 79 percent of Americans say they would encourage "a young person who was considering going to work as a federal civilian employee." Only 15 percent would…

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