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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - State Legislature
March 3, 2014
Chirlane McCray, who already wields more influence than any New York City first lady in recent memory, will further expand her role when she travels to Albany next week for some high-profile lobbying for her husband's signature pre-kindergarten plan.
Recent editorials from Alabama newspapers:
A Utah proposal to help more couples save their marriages is advancing in the state legislature.
Democrat Michael Cryans and Republican Joe Kenney will face off next week in a special election for the North Country's executive council seat left vacant when longtime councilor Ray Burton died in November.
Hawaii's minimum wage would rise by almost $3 in three years under a bill the state Senate advanced Friday.
A showdown over charter schools in New York City is looming in Albany as advocates for the schools plan to hold a rally at the state capital Tuesday just as Mayor Bill de Blasio is there pushing his pre-kindergarten plan.
Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday vetoed a Republican bill that set off a national debate over gay rights, religion and discrimination and subjected Arizona to blistering criticism from major corporations and political leaders from both parties.
Democrat Michael Morin has easily won a special election in Woonsocket for a seat in the state legislature.
Longtime state Senate President Donald Williams announced Wednesday he will not seek re-election to the General Assembly in November.
Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Arkansas newspapers:
In a story Feb. 23 about prospects for the New York "Dream Act" passing in the state legislature, The Associated Press incorrectly reported that Sen. Jeff Klein had not taken a position on the measure. Klein supports the legislation and has been working for its passage.
Supporters of allowing cargo barges to travel on Lake Michigan as far north as Muskegon say they've lined up significant backing from members of the state legislature.
A Virginia delegate from Fairfax has become the second openly gay member of the state legislature.
A judge in Golden has rejected broad claims against the state by Coloradoans affected by a 2012 blaze that forestry officials started as a controlled burn, but negligence claims can go ahead.