With Little Federal Support For Economic Development, States Must Nurture Their Industrial Strengths

Mar 26, 2014

The states have given up on Washington to address the economic development crisis affecting the country, and some have started their own programs to nurture industries that create good-paying jobs, according to the Brookings Institution. Two states have taken the lead in developing advanced industries: Colorado, with its "Colorado Blueprint" plan to grow its aerospace industry; and Tennessee, which is focusing on the automotive industry.

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