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Department of Heritage and Arts Other Business Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Appropriations 8 a.m., House Building, Room 25 story continues below story continues below Subcommittee Information DNR Administration DNR
The governor hasnt ordered reductions but is preparing for the worst in assistance from the U.S. government. Gov. Butch Otter began asking agency chiefs last month to start planning for reductions in federal aid, which supports more than one-third
34:00 PM PST Updated: 02/02/2012 05:34:02 PM PST In an extremely unusual use of taxpayer money, the leaders behind California's $99 billion high-speed train quietly hired a lobbyist to sway the state Legislature -- the same politicians who
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is expected to announce in Cincinnati Thursday that the citys streetcar project will receive another nearly $11 million in federal funds, money that could help speed construction of the Downtown to Over-the-Rhine
The Guam Department of Education ended fiscal 2010 with an accumulated deficit of $22.6 million, in large part because years-old power bills and employees' retirement contributions remain unpaid. Despite these lingering issues, improvements in Guam
The jobless may soon find their state unemployment check is not in the mail. A growing number of states are looking to cut back on jobless benefits to minimize the increase in unemployment taxes businesses pay. State officials are concerned that
Social Security claims and passports wouldn't be processed, veterans services would be scaled back and Government employee, social security law enforcement, national parks would close if Congress can't agree on a budget, and
The Great Recession has forced states to borrow $41 billion from a federal fund to cover unemployment checks for their jobless residents...Some 31 states will have to shell out an estimated $1.4 billion in interest payments on these loans next year.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 Medi-Cal reimbursements are about the lowest in the country for doctor and hospitals in California. I don't even completely understand the concept here with the matching federal funds having not seen all the details, but
Santa Cruz Community Credit Union has more money to lend, thanks to $2.828 million from the U.S. Treasury. "This investment will allow us to provide additional capital to local entrepreneurs and small businesses as well as finance affordable housing,"