Energy and Environment
Candy-maker Haribo plans to spend $242 million building a plant in Kenosha County in an economic development deal expected to create 400 jobs/
“This has never been about punishing anyone. I just wanted to feel safe,” the accuser said.
Wednesday’s Health Policy Committee workshop served to catch up the members on the controversial parts of Amendment 2 roll-out.
The incident received national attention when Drake Hall Director Jude Legiste fired off a sexually explicit email to nearly 300 students.
Vermont joined the Digital Age this week, at least when it came to performing high-tech, motor-vehicle inspections. Monday served as the kick off day for the state's Automated Vehicle Inspection Program.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says 142 charged suspects on requested immigration detainers were released from the Travis County jail.
“It’s a hardship for many of our families,” said Gessner. “Without transportation it definitely impacts the choice of school that parents can select."
John O’Keefe's and John Carroll's emphasis on fiscal responsibility and free-market principles add fresh opinions to the board.
Florida as the fourth most restrictive state in the country with respect to occupational licensing regulations, says the Institute for Justice.
Amherst College expelled a male student even though evidence suggested he may have been the victim of a sexual assault.
The rural community of Plainfield on Tuesday joined an increasing number of Vermont jurisdictions considered to be “sanctuary” communities for illegal immigrants.
In the States
- School choice proponents hope for a ‘grand bargain’
- Travis County sheriff cannot verify release of criminal illegals
- Texas property taxes will keep climbing under SB 2
- Houston pension bill moves ahead, despite flaws
- Election voided over free glowsticks at Texas A&M
- Nanny State of the Week: Texas messes with winemaking
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- Wisconsin family awaits Supreme Court ruling in property-rights case
- Commentary: Tammy Baldwin special guest at liberal 'dark money' summit
- 400 new jobs, low unemployment bad news for Walker foes
- UW-La Crosse parent says chancellor dismissed concerns about 'orgasm' emailer
- Lawsuit: MPS violating constitution by denying bus rides to religious school students
- Attorney general's office remains silent on John Doe leak probe
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- Mississippi closed bridge list filled with discrepancies
- Utah will likely have to reveal terms of its voluntary sales tax deal with Amazon
- Indiana has top charter school law
- PSC's Britton: $2.88 billlion cap on Kemper Project isn't a guarantee for utility
- Kemper Project clean coal power plant will miss yet another start date
- Dire outlook for internet sales tax in South Dakota may affect Mississippi
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