Virginia’s 21 Republican state senators say a “Waters of the United States” rule targets farmers and could cost the state and landowners untold millions of dollars.
Despite 3 percent spending growth over the last five years, the Vermont judiciary is struggling to keep judges on the bench. The state’s chief Superior Court judge says vacancies will continue if the Legislature doesn’t provide additional funding.
It’s National Nurses Day this Wednesday, and nurse practitioners in the Keystone State are pushing to expand care and lower costs. These reforms are supported by broad coalitions – as well as parallel bills in the General Assembly.
Ohio hides 99 percent of its retirement debt. The state reported $156 million in pension and health care benefits but actually owes $11 billion.
The governor’s appointees to lead state agencies usually slide through the Legislature easily, but his choice for the state’s top cop was debated for several hours Tuesday before getting the nod.
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Watchdog
MADISON, Wis. – If all of this had gone down a little differently, the prosecutors behind Wisconsin’s infamous John Doe investigations might be marking May 5 – the fifth anniversary of the secret political probes – by sipping Coronas on Cinco de Mayo and boasting about their great successes in taking down Gov. Scott Walker and Wisconsin conservative activists.
Jeff Bersch’s enthusiasm for teaching is obvious as he shows his students at Milwaukee Environmental Sciences Charter School how to solve a math problem.
Changes to Pennsylvania’s unclaimed property laws is producing a surge in revenue.
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.
Obamacare supporters in Montana had fallen short in their efforts to expand Medicaid — and then Ohio Gov. John Kasich came to town.
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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.