Steve Fehr

Reporter, Stateline.org

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Reporter for Stateline.org, a service of the Pew Center on the States; former reporter with the Washington Post

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The recession is wreaking havoc with state governments all over the country by vastly reducing the revenues they depend on from taxes on property, sales and income.  Last night,…

Will the Recession Push State Governments to Shut Down?

The recession is wreaking havoc with state governments all over the country by vastly reducing the revenues they depend on from taxes on property, sales and income.  Last night,…

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States all over the country are losing revenue.

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States all over the country are losing revenue.

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