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Latest House Committee Items
Security surveillance video from the Louisiana Capitol complex would be kept off-limits under a bill headed for full House debate, a measure that supporters say would boost safety in the buildings.
A contentious bill delaying the phase-in of Ohio's renewable energy and efficiency standards cleared a key legislative panel Tuesday, as state lawmakers seek to finish the measure before leaving for summer break.
Lawmakers in the House Wednesday put the brakes on efforts to place new restrictions and transparency rules on the nearly $7 million in Tulane University scholarships handed out each year by legislators.
Michigan lawmakers are waiting a day to hold an initial vote on giving $195 million in state money to help Detroit emerge from bankruptcy while potentially keeping the city under oversight for decades.
A contentious proposal increasing taxes on Ohio oil-and-gas drillers - but by less than what Gov. John Kasich wants - narrowly cleared a state House committee Tuesday, after objections from both Democrats and anti-tax Republicans.
Better late than never. Had it been up to me, there would have been a special select House committee — with a special prosecutor — to look into all aspects of the Benghazi scandal a year or more ago.
The Pentagon posted a narrow win Wednesday as a House panel endorsed leaving the authority to prosecute rapes and other serious crimes with military commanders.
The former deputy of the state economic development agency that approved a $75 million loan guarantee for Curt Schilling's 38 Studios is the second witness to decline to testify before a House committee reviewing the deal.
State lawmakers are looking for ways to provide more money to politically powerful volunteer fire companies who say their ambulance services are losing money.