SEDE Bulletins

State Economic Development Bulletin – March 2019

Latest News President Releases 2020 Budget Proposal (Washington Post). The President recently released his 2020 budget proposal. The budget proposal calls for the elimination of the EDA, the Manufacturing Extension Partnership program, the CDBG Program, as well as significant funding cuts for HUD, EPA, DOT, and USDA. While many of the cuts are unlikely to […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – February 2019

Latest News *SEDE Network Members Testify at IRS Opportunity Zone Hearing * Opportunity Zone Experts Voice Concerns over Program’s Rules, Suggest Fixes in IRS Hearing The Internal Revenue Service sought feedback in creating the regulations at a five-hour hearing on February 14, during which over two dozen stakeholders highlighted concerns they have with the rules […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – January 2019

Latest News State Economic Performance Balance of Payments Dashboard Details Funding Flow between States and Federal Government (Rockefeller Institute) The Rockefeller Institute of Government has released its second annual report analyzing the distribution of federal budget receipts and expenditures across the United States, providing policymakers and the public with vital information about the redistribution of […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – December 2018

Latest News State Economic Performance Total State Spending Exceeds Record $2 Trillion in Fiscal 2018 (National Association of State Budget Officers). A report released by NASBO found that state governments will spend more than a combined $2 trillion this fiscal year – a new high – led by spending on transportation infrastructure, education and entitlement […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – November 2018

Latest News State Economic Performance Opportunity Atlas Provides Resource for Place-Based Interventions (US Census and Opportunity Insights). The new Opportunity Atlas released by Opportunity Insights, with assistance from the U.S. Census Bureau, finds that the economic mobility of Americans is tied to the neighborhoods in which they live. The data reveals that opportunities for upward mobility […]