Devin Jerran, who works at a pizza shop in Seattle, is losing his job because of new rules from the city government.
There are indications the Obama administration is reluctant to lift the crude oil export ban.
A costly government-owned broadband network in northern Minnesota is stuck in a sort of stimulus time warp.
Six years after passage of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, the Lake Connections network remains under construction and behind schedule. It faces losing millions in Rural Utilities Service money, because the federal stimulus program ends later this year.
“I know we’ve got construction going heavy. We’re fighting hard to get on that deadline,” said Lake County Commissioner Peter Walsh. “… I’m sure things could be better, but we’ll see how things go at this point.”
Obamacare supporters in Montana had fallen short in their efforts to expand Medicaid — and then Ohio Gov. John Kasich came to town.
Good news, those of you Chattanooga residents with a child in a school’s free and reduced lunch program: Mayor Andy Berke wants to slash your monthly Internet subscription costs by half.
That is, as long as you’re a subscriber to Chattanooga’s government-owned Internet.
Democrats have bashed Lincoln Councilman Jon Camp for cutting a deal after being undercharged $46,517 for water and sewer services in his historic downtown building for a decade, but they have not asked why the Democratic mayor’s administration first bungled the water bill and then allowed the councilman to cut a deal lopping $30,000 off the bill.
In the closing days of North Dakota’s 2015 legislative session, Gov. Jack Dalrymple joined with lawmakers to tout nearly $400 million worth of what his press release called “tax relief,” but citizens might not want to take that number to the bank.
Pennsylvania’s Ethics Act is supposed to stop conflicts of interests, but it includes several loopholes that diminish its reach.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe is allowing police departments across the state to keep collecting and storing drivers’ license plate data as long as they wish, and the Virginia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it will sue.
A Washington Nationals minor-league franchise wants Spotsylvania County to pony up $42 million for a stadium and parking garage — and the team is looking to score on Tuesday night.
New Jersey’s $170 billion pension mess will hit the fan this week in state Supreme Court. Whatever the high court decides, the verdict could be bad news for state taxpayers, public workers or both.
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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.