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Latest House Committee Items
The new chairwoman of the House committee that has been looking into the failed 38 Studios deal is holding her first hearing.
University of Texas System regent Wallace Hall may have committed impeachable offenses in his campaign to oust Bill Powers from the presidency of the system's flagship Austin university, according to a draft of a long-awaited legislative committee report.
A bill declaring that the federal government has no authority to regulate prairie chickens in Kansas cleared a legislative committee Tuesday after members jettisoned a provision making it a felony for federal workers to try.
A House committee is preparing to take up a bill that would eliminate criminal charges for possessing small amounts of marijuana.
Missouri House Republican leaders are vowing to consider one of their top priorities, legislation known to supporters as "right to work," when lawmakers return from their weeklong break.
The Missouri Legislature is to return to work Monday from its weeklong spring break, which marks the traditional midway point of its annual session. Here's a look at where some issues stand:
A House committee has approved a minor change to the century-old law that bans skyscrapers in the nation's capital.
A House committee that investigated former Utah Attorney General John Swallow has formally approved a final report of their findings.
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.