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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - General Assembly
Maybe they needed a celebrity - say, someone like Wayne Newton - to make their pitch.
Virginia lawmakers left Richmond Saturday without accomplishing their most important task: passing a roughly $96 billion budget for the next two years.
Kentucky House members working on the next state budget have been unable to find money to restore cuts to higher education that the governor proposed, House Speaker Greg Stumbo said Friday.
Qualified North Carolina military veterans may now carry the designation of veteran on their driver licenses and identification cards.
A Radford real estate developer who is also a member of a state board has been accused by the U.S. Labor Department of diverting funds from his company's pension plan.
A state panel established to address recent rate increases for workers' compensation insurance in Delaware is continuing to look at ways to keep rates down.
Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers said Friday there's a "real possibility" the Republican-led Senate will pass some form of a minimum wage bill, breathing new life into a measure that's a top priority of his Democratic counterpart in the House.
Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Friday he plans to call lawmakers back to the Capitol on March 24 to pass the state's budget.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering legislation that would require several state agencies to come up with a list of chemicals that are considered highly unsafe to children.
The Kentucky Senate's top leader Wednesday proposed reducing the number of days lawmakers meet each year, saying it would save millions of dollars each year and entice a broader range of people to run for the General Assembly.
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.
South Carolina lawmakers have sent Gov. Haley a bill designed to give military homeowners a tax break on homes they have not been able to sell after getting military orders to move.
Maryland lawmakers will be wrestling with a bigger budget problem than they expected, after officials revised the state's revenues down by about $238 million on Thursday for the current fiscal year and the next.
A bill that would make it easier for abuse victims to obtain protective orders cleared the House of Delegates with a unanimous vote on Thursday.
Some state lawmakers want to force the sale of the property that once was the Port of Port Royal and have the State Ports Authority auction it to the highest bidder if no buyer is found.