Fallout continue from a handful of legislators’ bad to unacceptable behavior, while the supplemental budget and Medicaid spending continued to dominate debate.
This week House Minority Republicans have registered their opposition to the move, saying it’s admitting defeat on passing a budget on time.
Senators gripe about Medicaid spending and wonder if education budgeting can be done better.
The 2018 session will shape the 2018 elections, which will shape the 2020 redistricting board, which will shape the Legislature’s future.
Today, we’re looking at some of the biggest stories we’re looking forward to in 2018.
Gov. Bill Walker and his administration rolled out a plan to address the rising trends in crime through a series of legislative and administrative measures…
Gov. Bill Walker has settled on Oct. 23 for a much-anticipated special session on revenue, according to an email sent to legislators today.
The Legislature maintained funding for public radio in this year’s budget, but cut $7.8 million from the university.