Gallup CEO and Chairman Jim Clifton says that the state of entrepreneurship will determine the country's economic destiny.
Entrepreneurship rates in Nebraska are falling behind most of our rivals.
The nation's leading independent tax research organization shows how Nebraska can reform its tax code to help grow our state in the 21st century.
How do education options for Nebraska's families compare with our economic rivals?
On average, Nebraskans pay 52% more income tax and 24% more property tax per person than people in the states we're competing with for population, income, and jobs.
Since 1992, the majority of income that has left Nebraska due to out-migration has relocated in just a handful of faster-growing states.
Nebraska is falling behind the rest of the country in the creation of new jobs and population growth.
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