Hear more about New York State’s new COVID guidelines for schools in this radio news report from SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin.
Farmers and conservationists are praising a bill introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate that would bring funding to stop agricultural runoff from polluting rivers and streams….
HARRISBURG, PA (SBN) — A judge has set September 9th as the tentative trial date for a lawsuit that claims the General Assembly has violated…
Hearing specialists say people have delayed seeking treatment because of COVID, reports SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin.
Some lawmakers want to add an amendment known as a “Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights” to Pennsylvania’s state Constitution, but fiscal experts say it would cripple the state’s ability to respond to its residents’ needs. But critics say TABOR would block the state from addressing critical issues, from crumbling infrastructure and inequities in education funding to property-tax relief.
Advocates for people with disabilities say the cap New York put on Medicaid spending in 2011 doesn’t keep pace with growing health-care needs and they’re urging lawmakers to finally repeal it. SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin reports on the issue.
In this special report, SBN’s Steve Lubetkin describes concerns raised by the New York state teachers union president and a multigenerational family advocate about keeping families safe as schools return to face-to-face education.
NJSpotlight’s latest roundtable, “New Jersey’s Clean Energy Future: What’s Next with Electric Vehicles?” was the subject of a multicamera video and an audio podcast produced for NJSpotlight by SBN. The program focused on the need for New Jersey to promote greater adoption of electric vehicles, both for personal and public transportation.
The CRE News Hour is going on hiatus. We had a great run of 26 feature-packed episodes in our first season, and depending on listener and sponsor support, we hope to return in the New Year with more news and features about the commercial real estate industry.
In this episode of the CRE News Hour, we’ll speak with Matt Harding and Melissa Sievwright of retail shopping center firm Levin Management about their pre-holiday survey of retail sentiment, and we’ll have a conversation with Jim Berry, leader of Deloitte’s US real estate practice, about the firm’s 2020 Commercial Real Estate Outlook.