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Latest Senate Committee Items
Legislation that would exempt military pensions from state income tax is moving rapidly through the Iowa Senate.
A state Senate committee is nearing completion of its work on House-passed legislation that would provide protections for lakeshore lands and near-shore waters.
Colorado's recent fires and floods are dominating lawmakers' attention in the early days of the legislative session - and so far, measures addressing natural disasters seem to be uniting the parties.
Legislation moving through the state House and Senate would require training in Washington's public record law for newly elected or appointed officials.
A bill that would allow municipalities in Delaware to impose their own restrictions on gun ownership is set for a state Senate committee hearing.
The state treasurer blasted the Markell administration on Wednesday for pushing legislation asserting that an unelected board dominated by political appointees, not Delaware's elected treasurer, has authority over the state's $2 billion cash investment portfolio.
Colorado Republicans are launching their efforts to undo some left-leaning proposals adopted last year.
Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has assumed an active role in backing a Democratic lawmaker's quest to amend Kentucky's Constitution to restore voting rights for some felons who completed their sentences.
Oregon lawmakers peppered state officials and consultants Tuesday with questions about a proposal to replace a bridge over the Columbia River without funding from Washington state.