Sorry, even though gas prices nosedived after OPEC met last November don’t expect another price drop when the cartel meets June 5.
The Mississippi Secretary of State’s office sent a cease and desist letter to Oxford House, which bans them from soliciting for donations in the state.
Powered by its energy sector, Texas leads the nation in exports. Shipping out $326 billion worth of goods and services has driven the Lone Star State’s economy past California, which ranks second in outbound trade.
St. Louis County Schools have finally gotten the message. There’s a tough, new set of rules for districts that take sides in expensive school bond referendums and use taxpayer money to do it.
But it took five years, a unanimous Minnesota Supreme Court decision and two administrative law court reprimands, underscored by a token fine, to reach this point.
”It is precedent-setting. It’s the first school district, when it comes to ballot questions, that had to comply with the campaign finance laws, if you’re going to promote a ballot question,” said John Colosimo, a Virginia attorney for the district in the latest administrative law court setback.
Tucked among the myriad of funding issues in Ohio’s biennial budget bill is a provision that would end payouts to owners when their livestock is killed by a dog.
The Texas General Land Office’s most recent coup — after firing the group that had managed the Alamo since 1905 — is to thwart the free-wheeling Alamo Brewing Company from appropriating the Alamo brand and using it to sell beer on the backs of the Texas Revolution.
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Watchdog
MADISON, Wis. – State Supreme Court Justice Shirley Abrahamson wants a federal appeals court to help her reclaim the state court’s top job.
Tennessee has eight graphic artists and designers costing taxpayers a yearly sum of $293,000, state records show, yet officials paid a private firm $46,000 to create a new state logo.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, touted his socialist vision for America as thousands of energized supporters cheered the politician’s Vermont-styled solutions on issues from education and health care to a living wage.
Lincoln will spend $85,000 on artistic lighting in a downtown alley, as part of the mayor’s quest to have a nationally prominent public art collection.
A bill allowing doctors to recommend medical cannabis could hit a brick wall in the state House.
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The West Rankin Utility Authority won a key battle Tuesday in its fight to build a new wastewater treatment plant and leave Jackson’s aging facility.