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Latest House Committee Items
A House committee will consider a new version of the education budget that does away with a teacher bonus and instead uses the money to try to prevent large increases in education employees' health insurance costs
A House committee that investigated former Utah Attorney General John Swallow is postponing the release of a final report so it can review additional emails recovered from one of Swallow's computers.
A bill advancing at the legislature would exempt homeschooled students from following state requirements about curriculum or days spent in school.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is asking lawmakers for another $47 million to cover the costs of the especially harsh winter.
A bill backed by influential business groups that would allow state and local governments in Kentucky to partner with private sources for projects ranging from roads and sewer lines to college dorms won approval from a House committee Thursday.
The chairwoman of the Hawaii House Agriculture Committee said Thursday she intends to fight for a bill that would establish a task force to study genetically modified foods.
Utah lawmakers are advancing a bill that reduces the consequences for students who skip school, as long as they keep their grades up.
The Maryland House of Delegates is scheduled to take up a bill to increase the state's minimum wage.
Mothers tearfully described how their babies suffered as many as 100 seizures a day before receiving marijuana treatment as they begged lawmakers late Tuesday to legalize the drug for medical use in Minnesota.