By David Frisk | Virginia Statehouse News
RICHMOND — State agencies will not need to make $69 million in cuts to pay for state employee bonuses.
By Peter J. Rudy | Oklahoma Watchdog
OKLAHOMA CITY — More than two-thirds of school superintendents are taking home more money this year than last year, according to data provided by the State Department of Education and compiled by Oklahoma Watchdog. This, despite an appropriations cut of 4% or nearly $100-million to the State Department of [...]Read More →
SPRINGFIELD — Illinois lawmakers usually say it loud and proud when they cut their own pay to save the state some money, but they are much quieter about raising their salaries.
A state Senate panel on Monday passed a plan requiring General Assembly members to take 12 furlough days for fiscal year 2012, which starts in [...]
By Abby Rogers
Virginia Statehouse News
Some Virginia teachers may receive a performance-based pay raise thanks to an initiative through the governor’s office.