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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Office Of Management And Budget
Georgia's two U.S. senators and 14 congressmen have signed a bipartisan letter to the White House budget director protesting the Obama administration's decision to withhold funding and a final agreement for deepening the shipping channel to the Port of Savannah.
The House is set to vote this week on the Simple Fairness Act, which let Americans go without health insurance in 2014 without facing the tax penalty prescribed by the Affordable Care Act.
A bill that would allow municipalities to post certain public notices online rather than in newspapers advanced from a state House committee Tuesday.
Members of the House Finance Committee grilled state budget officials Monday on how realistic their 10-year budget plan is.
The nonpartisan Judicial Watch has petitioned the Office of Management and Budget to rein in an IRS proposal that will place "substantial" record-keeping burdens on 100,000 nonprofits, lawyers for the conservative watchdog group said.
A management consultant appointed to a $96,000-a-year job as director of Pittsburgh's new Office of Management and Budget owes the Internal Revenue Service $83,000 in back taxes.
Gov. Pat Quinn has appointed a new Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice director.
January 27, 2014
Compared with last year's session, when Illinois lawmakers tackled major issues ranging from pensions to gay marriage to concealed carry, the legislative work that begins later this month likely will be less ambitious but more politically driven because of looming elections.
All four Republican candidates for Illinois governor said fixing the state's economic woes would be among their top priorities if they win - an issue they'll be trying to distinguish themselves on in a state that's home to one of the nation's highest unemployment rates and a multibillion-dollar backlog of overdue bills.
Gov. Mike Pence threw his support behind House Republicans' watered-down business tax proposal Tuesday amid outcry from local leaders over the potential to damage their already cash-strapped budgets.
A small federal panel that oversees privacy issues has been catapulted from a bureaucratic backwater into the political maelstrom roiled by leaks about the National Security Agency's domestic snooping.
Obama-era deficits have been softened only by higher taxes
The selective accounting of federal rules inflates the benefits
Government funds the forecast it is looking for