Ohio’s Obamacare Medicaid expansion will continue until at least July despite burning through $2.56 billion in federal funding four months early.
At Athens State University in Alabama, students can’t transmit online anything deemed “threatening,” annoying” or “offensive.” At the University of Southern Mississippi, student organizations must register with the Office of Student Activities a month in advance before conducting protests or demonstrations.
Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party legislators were for it before they were against it.
A loophole in the DFL’s signature 2014 minimum wage hike — passed without one Republican vote — lets resort owners pay less than the new minimum wage to seasonal employees who receive room and board as a benefit.
Now that House Republicans want to extend a similar break to restaurants, however, DFL support remains harder to find than a waiter at McDonald’s.
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. – Going on the offensive, left-leaning Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley on Thursday released a campaign ad attacking her conservative challenger in next month’s Supreme Court election, Rock County Circuit Court Judge James Daley for being soft on crime.
As lawmakers in Vermont consider a tax to help end obesity, a study by economists at George Mason University finds that raising taxes on “unhealthy” foods hurts the poor financially and does nothing to lower consumption.
Despite an extra attempt to kill the plan, a bill to end legislative pension spiking will move forward to an Idaho Senate committee for more deliberations.
Four months after Democrat Mark Warner was re-elected in a squeaker, conservatives are still puzzling why 87,000 Virginians voted for Republican congressmen but failed to check the box for the party’s U.S. Senate candidate. Four months after Democrat Mark Warner was re-elected in a squeaker, conservatives are still puzzling why 87,000 Virginians voted for Republican congressmen but failed to check the box for the party’s U.S. Senate candidate. Tea partyers who never warmed to the former national GOP chairman say, “We told ya so.”
Mississippi Power partly blames a state Supreme Court decision for a $26 million price increase on the Kemper Project.
A case of semantics, maybe?
“The (North Dakota Highway Patrol) does not utilize a quota system,” Lt. Tom Iverson told Watchdog via email, “however we do set organizational as well as employee goals.”
After a series of Watchdog.org stories exposing potential welfare waste, state representatives introduced a bill Wednesday designed to stop or at least decrease the amount of tax money welfare recipients withdraw at state and federally prohibited locations like liquor stories, casinos and strip bars.
By Mark Lagerkvist | New Jersey Watchdog
Double-dipping public officials and retirees collecting $100,000 a year or more from New Jersey state pensions have little to fear from the sweeping reforms proposed by Gov. Chris Christie.
The blueprint drafted by the governor’s Pension and Health Benefit Study Commission promises to help the state retirement system escape a […]
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As #Grubergate continues to unfold, Reason.com’s Remy offers up a new video revealing just how President Obama’s administration discussed selling Obamacare to the American people.