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Democrats held "supermajorities" in both legislative houses, the state's budget was in balance, and an improving economy was generating surplus revenue that could finance plans for new spending on services to children, the poor and the disabled. Even
Guam delegate to support modifications to the Jones Act (Sens...Supreme Court of Guam over the Legislature's ability to use legislative submission to direct the Guam Election Commission to place a medicinal marijuana measure on the ballot.
The most interesting part of Gov. Sam Brownback's appearance at Wichita State University on Monday was the one thing he didn't praise. He had plenty of praise for increased money for Wichita State, and for public schools. But most questions he was
AP The Associated Press Published: Monday, April 14, 2014 at 6:15 p.m...Monthly insurance premiums and co-pays for Alabama education employees will remain the same for the next school year, after a vote Monday. The vote by the Public Education
Statehouse Republicans are having to abandon a key talking point in their effort to defuse teacher anger over an anti-tenure bill the Legislature passed a week ago, conceding the bill would allow school districts to fire veteran teachers without
Democrats held supermajorities in both legislative houses, the state's budget was in balance, and an improving economy was generating surplus revenue that could finance plans for new spending on services to children, the poor and the disabled. Even
Perceptions of the Legislature had been on the upswing for months as the state's once-tattered budget mended, though more voters than not continued to disapprove of their work as recently as December. As the latest survey began, respondents in the
PHILIPPINE Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago on Thursday urged all groups supporting the Reproductive Health (RH) law to file a motion for reconsideration after the Supreme Court upheld the law but declared eight provisions unconstitutional.
Legislators proceeded cautiously Tuesday when deciding how to spend marijuana tax money, the state's biggest and most volatile new source of revenue. Gov. John Hickenlooper has asked for $54 million in spending from marijuana taxes in order to fund
April 7, 2014 Weeks after some Asian-American lawmakers killed a measure to restore affirmative action in California's public colleges by withdrawing their support, backlash from Democrats who supported the effort is surfacing in the Capitol and on