TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers return to the Capitol today for one day of overtime, where they're expected to debate and pass an $82.4 billion state budget and a series of sweeping policy bills negoti
Editorial: Puffery doesn’t solve the border issue
Give president Trump credit — he found a way to make TSA agents sympathetic.
Could Blockchain solve Irish border issue?
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is the latest convert to blockchain technology.
These issues will top state lawmakers' to-do lists in 2019
Big-dollar decisions about health care and education will lead the agenda in many state capitols as lawmakers convene for their 2019 sessions with a closer balance between Republicans and Democrats.
Roll call: How state lawmakers voted
A look at Kitsap lawmakers voted on bills the week of March 8.
State Lawmakers Finalize What To Study Between Sessions
Bismarck - Even though the legislative session has ended, lawmakers are already looking ahead to the next one.
How to contact your state lawmakers
When the 2015 session of Washington’s Legislature begins on Monday in Olympia, the Snohomish County delegation will have two new members in the state House of Representatives — Republican Mark Harmsworth of Mill Creek and Democrat Strom Peterson of Edmonds. Here’s the complete list of state lawmakers in the seven districts of Snohomish and Island counties and how to reach them by email or phone.
Teacher Pay A Top Issue For State Lawmakers
Lawmakers are gearing up for the upcoming legislative session, and a big topic on their minds is teacher pay. The general assembly will craft the state’s
Vaccine rules under fire from state lawmakers
From 2011 to 2017, New Jersey lawmakers proposed 24 bills that would weaken vaccination requirements — the most of any state.
Education funding a top priority for state lawmakers
Lawmakers, advocates, and educators have been working for years to reform the state's school funding formula. And now they've moved closer to accomplishing that goal.
Representative: Every state lawmaker should be drug-tested
Rep. Angel Cruz proposed legislation requiring lawmakers to be tested for illegal drugs.
Contact State Lawmakers
Urge your legislators to support the Utah Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Tell Utah’s State Senators and Representatives to boost this pro-family, pro-work tax credit here in our state using our simple form.
Voters could decide if state lawmakers get salary
There's a push by state lawmakers to give salaries to state lawmakers. According to an NPR study, New Mexico is the only state that pays its legislators a per diem, instead of a salary.
Lake Forest College students learn about U.S. border issues
Ten Lake Forest College students recently took part in a unique Border Studies Program, spending two and a half weeks living along both sides of the Arizona-Mexico border and learning first-hand about the complexities of the divisive subject of immigration.
Why so few women among La. state lawmakers?
More than half of Louisiana's residents -- but 15 percent of state lawmakers -- are female.
How Allegheny County's state lawmakers want to reform voting
Their bills include proposals to permit same-day voting and voting by mail.
How Much Do Your State Lawmakers Make? — Stateline
Some state lawmakers make $90,000 a year or more, while others receive no salary at all for serving in the legislature. See how your state stacks up.
State Lawmaker From Richmond to Run for Top Education Post
State Assemblyman Tony Thurmond, D-Richmond, announced Monday that he is running for state superintendent of public instruction in 2018.
The 10 most extravagant or bizarre campaign expenses by Pa. state lawmakers
Focused on Pennsylvania's public policies, politics and statewide issues
State Lawmakers Think School Counselors Should Spend More Time Counseling
What will it take for Virginia schools to be more secure? A panel of lawmakers recently looked at the issue and made a number of key recommendations.