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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - United States Senate Committee On Appropriations
A House and Senate committee both approved a bill that would prevent insurance companies from discriminating against gun owners.
Georgia would spend $42 billion on state government under a plan approved Thursday by the state Senate that would raise pay for teachers and other employees, better fund regulatory services and proposes $10 million to fund startup businesses.
Missouri House members approved a mid-year spending bill Thursday that includes money to keep a St. Louis County school district afloat, to offset a drop in casino tax revenues for education and to help fund the state's Medicaid program.
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Rep. Scott Ecklund said that he welcomed the defeat of his bill to provide prenatal care to noncitizens, saying he expects the issue to be addressed later this session in the state budget.
Halliburton Co. is the latest corporation to support construction of an energy research laboratory at the University of Wyoming in response to the state's push to improve energy and engineering programs there.
The Wyoming Senate has embraced the idea of the state helping school districts equip their school buses with cameras to catch motorists who illegally pass buses stopped to pick up and drop off students.
The Senate Appropriations Committee put the brakes on spending in a K-12 school construction bill after members raised concern that some proposed school building projects appeared to have skipped initial stages of the established legislative process for approval.
An Indiana Senate panel has approved a requirement that some welfare recipients pass drug tests before they can receive benefits from the state.
Mississippi Highway Patrol officers are calling on lawmakers to spend millions of dollars to train more troopers and to buy new cars and safety equipment, including bullet-proof vests.
A bill to impose strict new state regulations and requirements for abortion providers in Oklahoma has cleared a Senate panel.
The Senate Appropriations Committee has advanced a bill that would require school buses have cameras to catch motorists who illegally pass buses stopped to pick up and drop off students.
Developments at the Wyoming Legislature on Tues., Feb. 25, the 12th day of the 2014 Budget Session:
One of the North Carolina Senate's top budget writers reversed his decision to seek a sixth term Monday after convincing a first-term House Republican to run for the post.
Both houses of the Wyoming Legislature waded through dozens of proposed amendments to the state's budget bill on Friday, defeating one in the Senate that offered the last chance that the state might have expanded the Medicaid program this year.