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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Charles Young
The investigative arm of Congress on Wednesday agreed to look into problems with state health exchange websites around the country.
Mississippi legislators are advancing proposals designed to trim $266 million from the prison budget over the coming decade.
Republicans are raising questions about the timing and costs of President Obama's decision to bypass Congress and designate five additional national monuments, coming as it does amid dire warnings of the most recent round of budget cuts, including the National Park Service.
Home from foreign travel, President Barack Obama is tapping executive powers from a century-old law to create five new national monuments celebrating history and nature. And one of them is in Vice President Joe Biden's political backyard.
Nearly 40 years after he last saw his beloved Bulldogs play between the hedges as a student, Marcus Katz is trying to bring pro football to the University of Georgia.
GAO spokesman Charles Young said just which states will be included with Oregon will be determined as the investigation goes forward.
Young said the provision is "designed to cause pain, harm and suffering to those that can least afford it."