Sure, Gov. Bill Walker’s budget isn’t as transparent as he says, but the Legislature has transparency problems of its own.
There’s a groundswell of support for a smoke-free workplaces, but one legislator still could stand in the way.
The first week is in the bag, here’s what’s in store for the week two.
As legislators complain about Walker’s plan to cut per diem and pay, Walker says the process is broken.
The speech is set to begin at 7 p.m. in front of a joint session of the House and Senate.
Senators gripe about Medicaid spending and wonder if education budgeting can be done better.
“It’s something that we know best about.”
Special order accusations, loaded committee referrals and job creation. Here’s what happened on day one.
The report confirms Westlake’s behavior toward women “created a hostile work environment.”
Gov. Bill Walker will get to select the appointment, but Republican Senators will have the final say through a confirmation vote.