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Developments with Intergovernmental Cooperation

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Elizabeth Kellar

In our article, Now Is the Time for Collaboration, we urged the new administration to seek honest dialogue and pragmatic solutions to the most important nondefense issues facing our nation: jobs, healthcare, education, environme... More »

Play Matters: How 12 Communities Got Kids Active and Healthy

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Alison Risso

For 14 years, national nonprofit organization KaBOOM! has been building playgrounds across the United States in an effort to build communities and get children active and healthy. The organizations Playful City USA campaign hono... More »

Class and Crisis: Socioeconomic Status and the Ethics of Individual Experience

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Carole Jurkiewicz

Weve all heard the arguments post-Katrina and perhaps weve made the remarks ourselves: Why cant these people just pull themselves up by their bootstraps? They just sit and wait for government handouts. Okay, so it was bad, but w... More »

From Flower to Garden: Katrina Electricity and Emergency Management

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Lenneal Henderson

Hurricane Katrina taught federal, state, and local public managers extensive lessons about the criticality of electricity reliability in a disaster. In the report, The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Learned, the ... More »

New Orleans: The Rising Sun?

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Frances Edwards

The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) created the Katrina Task Force (KTF) shortly after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans on August 29, 2005. Each year, at ASPAs annual conference, members of the task force cons... More »