The States: Keeping Up with Uncle

With the Federal Government be coming increasingly active in every field from education to health, couldn't the states ease up at least a little on their own projects? Seemingly not. As more Governors were sworn in last week, the plans they submitted rivaled Washington's in ambition and variety. With one difference: while Lyndon is cutting taxes, most of the Governors have to raise them.

> New Jersey Democrat Richard J. Hughes, planning to seek a second term next fall and facing a hostile, Republican-dominated legislature, tossed off a 31,700-word message in the...

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