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Topeka Kansas Board of Regents members have expressed consternation over a proposal by a group of House Republicans that would cut the salaries of top researchers at higher education institutions by 7.5 percent. The answer to our economic problems
House passed shortly before dawn today prolongs a dispute over a final portion of the Yucca Mountain Project. The bill directs the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to halt its efforts to close out the Nevada nuclear waste program. Following its House
Conservatives are trying to cut arts funding while Democrats seek to restore family planning and health research funds as the House enters a third day of debate on a sweeping spending bill cleaning up last year's budget mess.
Topeka The House budget committee Wednesday voted to support Gov. Sam Brownback's move to abolish the Kansas Arts Commission. A subcommittee sought to fund the Arts Commission, but the full Appropriations Committee rejected that on a 12-9 vote.
However, while the budget for work at the tank farms and the vitrification plant under the Department of Energy Office of River Protection would increase, money for the Richland Operations Office would decrease...The proposed cut to cleanup funding
Blogs In a letter to the House Appropriations Committee and in a visit to Capitol Hill for a private meeting with the House speaker, John A. Boehner , Mrs. Clinton sounded the alarm about reductions that she said amounted to a 16 percent decrease for
In the wake of last month's shootings in Tucson that severely wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), keeping members and their staffs safe has become a bigger priority. So as other accounts are pared back, the Capitol Police budget would actually
Rob Bishop and Jason Chaffetz of Utah want House budget-makers to cut funding the National Aeronautics and Space Administration spends on climate science and shift it to manned space programs. Bishop said in a news release, was the purpose for which
House Republicans announced a new round of cuts in a push to reduce government spending Close Doubling down their bets, House Republicans announced a new round of appropriations cuts in an accelerated push to reduce government spending by $60 billion
Reuters/Rick Wilking People wave signs at a "tea party" protest on the grounds of the Colorado tate capitol in Denver April 15, 2009...On Thursday, reports the New York Times, House GOP leaders backed down before the wrath of the new freshman class