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House Committee On Appropriations
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Republican House leaders worked quickly Friday to draft a new school funding proposal that more closely mirrors negotiations between the Senate and governor, jettisoning language a committee offered a day earlier seeking to expand charter schools in Kansas.
Editorials from around Pennsylvania:
A Kansas House proposal to cut the number of court reporters in the state would save up to $1.3 million and open the door to increased electronic recording, the measure's chief architect said.
A bill to create a state loan program for large economic development projects cleared two committees in the Wyoming House on Friday. Supporters say it offers the state a way to entice a large pharmaceutical company to expand a laboratory in Cody.
A Kansas House budget committee on Tuesday restored $16 million for Gov. Sam Brownback's proposal to fund all-day kindergarten, keeping the money in place while a separate committee reviews the merits of the plan.
Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers:
Members of the Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee voted Friday to reduce possible extra state compensation for counties that stand to lose payments covering lost tax revenue from federal lands.
A legislative committee has approved changes to a $41 billion spending plan for Georgia's state government.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The House Appropriations Committee doesn't plan to consider any amendments offered by Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe to Virginia's proposed two-year budget.