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Gov. Brian Sandoval signed into law Friday morning a bill that allows people in the country illegally to legally drive in Nevada starting in January. Sandoval, the state's first Hispanic governor, signed Senate Bill 303 in his Capitol office in front
Breaking a budget impasse with days left in the 2013 session, House and Senate members approved key elements Wednesday of a two-year spending plan that boosts education funding and addresses a looming water shortage. House members voted 130-16 on a
A panel of lawmakers decided Wednesday not to fund construction of a new $700,000 execution chamber at Ely State Prison. The decision was made by a joint Assembly Ways and Means and Senate Finance subcommittee when it voted to approve a $104 million
S.C. (AP) A Republican state senator criticized Tuesday how the Department of Revenue paid its clean-up bills following the massive hacking of taxpayers' personal data. Sen. Shane Massey called a $20 million loan approved by the Budget and Control
Capitol Hill leaders might not be sold yet on rewriting the Tax Code in the next year, but two key tax-writers are trying anyway building a powerful coalition of players on K Street, in the Capitol and among President Barack Obama's trusted advisers.
Ala. (AP) The Alabama Legislature is one step away from passing a bill that would make sure private schools and non-failing public schools don't have to take students who want to transfer.
La. (AP) Both the House and Senate unanimously agreed Monday to delay by one year the start of Gov. Bobby Jindal 's plan to shift future rank-and-file state workers to a 401(k)-style retirement plan. A suspension of the law until July 1, 2014, would
Ala. (AP) Passing the education and General Fund budgets are the only tasks Alabama lawmakers are required to complete in the final three days of the 2013 legislative session and they have made them their priority. The Senate Finance and Taxation-
With time running out to regulate marijuana, Colorado senators scrambled Friday to advance a sweeping series of regulations and taxes on the newly legal drug. All sides of the marijuana debate were braced for last-minute maneuvers. The Legislature
As Incumbents Head for Senate Exit, Few Step Up to Run for the Seats Mike Burley/Telegraph Herald, via Associated Press Representative Bruce Braley, left, talking with a fellow Iowa Democrat, Senator Tom Harkin, who won't seek a sixth term in 2014.