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Topic - House Subcommittee
A coalition of close to 200 workers rallied on the steps of the state Capitol on Tuesday to speak out on issues ranging from increasing Tennessee's minimum wage to supporting public schools.
A bill that that would have required employers in Iowa to tell workers at hiring what they'll earn and outline any deductions in writing will not survive this year.
Gov. Bill Haslam said Wednesday he is standing by his anti-meth proposal despite the bill being sidetracked in a House subcommittee earlier this week.
Drug cartels are already trying to take advantage of the Obama administration's new rules allowing banks to do business with marijuana shops in Colorado and Washington, a top Drug Enforcement Administration official testified to Congress on Tuesday.
Republican lawmakers have failed to pin down senior military officials on how they characterized the Benghazi attack to the White House and President Obama on Sept. 11, 2012, the day terrorists stormed a U.S. diplomatic mission and bombed a CIA annex in the eastern Libyan city.
Funding that would allow the state to move toward taking over certain environmental permitting from the federal government was cut by a House subcommittee on Thursday.
A plan to offer a state tax break of up to $2 million to the Knoxville Raceway moved forward in the Iowa House Wednesday.
Lawmakers in the Iowa House are advancing legislation that would change the approval process to construct new power lines.
Daycare oversight in Iowa is under review at the Capitol, as lawmakers in the state House ponder legislation that would expand reporting requirements for in-home child care providers.
Oklahomans who stay married would earn the benefit of an income tax deduction based on the length of their marriage under a bill approved by a House subcommittee.
A proposal to raise Iowa's fuel taxes won preliminary approval from lawmakers in the Iowa House Wednesday, but it is not clear if the measure can garner wider approval in the Legislature or from the governor.
An Iowa legislative panel unanimously approved a measure Monday that would let active duty members of the military buy handguns without going through the usual permit process.
Iowa lawmakers on Thursday gave preliminary approval to legislation seeking tougher kidnapping penalties following the kidnapping and killing of a teenage girl last year.
A state House subcommittee has approved a bill aimed at blocking seasonal workers of private companies from qualifying for unemployment benefits.
Oklahoma legislators will begin budget briefings with various state agencies amid projections they will have about $170 million less to spend on state programs this year.