An investigation into fraudulent applications for Vermont’s driver’s privilege cards has spread to multiple states and DMV branches, according to the department’s chief investigator.
By Arthur Kane | Watchdog.org
Taxpayers paid nearly $200,000 to lawyers, consultants, professors and even a public relations person after — sometimes years after — convicted multiple-murderer Nathan Dunlap exhausted all of his appeals, according to documents obtained by Watchdog.org.
And those payments continued even this week, according to court records.
The payment vouchers, part of Dunlap’s the federal case file, […]
Watched by leagues of passionate activists on both sides, the Federal Communications Commission today passed its first significant Internet regulation by reclassifying it as a Title II public utility, known as net neutrality.
By Rob Port | Watchdog.org North Dakota Bureau
BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota Superintendent of Public Schools Kirsten Baesler was recently charged with simple assault involving her fiancee, Todd Tschosik, but the incident has focused the public’s attention on a more disturbing timeline.
It includes allegations of alcohol abuse, violence and job abandonment involving the state’s top education official and Tschosik, a […]
After saying details about his budget would have to wait, the governor of Pennsylvania unexpectedly unveiled a proposal to cut the state’s corporate net income tax.
More than half of the public employees in 13 states are union members, and government union membership rates exceed 25 percent in 27 states.
The Virginia Department of Health may be the most wasteful and inefficient agency in state government, a new audit suggests.
Members of a special committee introduced legislation Wednesday that would protect Idaho auto dealers from upstart competitors who want to sell cars directly to consumers.
The offices of governor and attorney general might get a little more transparent in Virginia.
By Adam Tobias | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. — Labor unions have contributed about $575,000 to the 14 Democratic senators who voted Wednesday against right-to-work legislation being fast-tracked through the state Legislature, according to a Wisconsin Reporter review of campaign finance records.
Terminally-ill patients in Mississippi might gain the “Right to Try” experimental medication if a bill in the Mississippi Senate is signed into law.
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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.