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Governor shifted $175M to culverts and vetoed a sentence he said threatened funding for transit.
Democratic lawmakers greeted the end of the 2019 legislative session with warm…
By the time all the dust settles, the Democratic governor should have 15 of the 18 bills he specifically requested through the Legislature and past his desk with his signature attached.
One of the most intriguing dramas at this point in the legislative…
At nearly noon on April 1, Lanni Johnson sat in a fold-up…
If lawmakers provide the money, owners could surrender them before a federal ban takes effect in March.
Misleading postcards didn’t violate election laws because they touted noncandidates, the PDC found
Residents ask officials to shorten the timeline for contaminated areas.
In the next few days, state lawmakers will pass a bill to…
Car tab relief is one topic. How directors of the regional transit authority are chosen is another.
A lawmaker’s statewide plan would remove culverts, redo the U.S. 2 trestle and fund many other projects.
In an annual rite, lawmakers are already putting bills in the hopper they want to debate next year.
Can a little-known thoroughbred from the Pacific Northwest capture the 2020 derby of Democratic presidential candidates?
No governor or Legislature has ever had that much money to spend on government services and programs.
This sassy opus penned by a New York radio talk show host is a manifest of discomforting questions and conspiratorial theorems posed by those embracing the president’s call to turn back the men, women and children when they arrive at the U.S. border.
Writing the next state budget is going to be a taxing experience.…
Are the 147 members of the Legislature in line for a raise?…
Republicans may find votes in making the election a referendum of the Democratic governor’s agenda
The GOP candidate has raised little money, and state House Republicans don’t have much to help him out.
While late ballots don’t get counted, taxpayers still must pay the Postal Service for delivering them.