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How states unlock money to meet hurricane expenses

by Erika Beras Sep 13, 2018
Hurricane Florence is expected to make landfall later this week.
A motorist drives through heavy rain before the approaching Hurricane Harvey hits Corpus Christi, Texas, on Friday.
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Key health care measure left out of federal spending bill

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 23, 2018
Congress jammed a lot into its $1.3 trillion spending bill, and we’ll be going through the bill’s 2,000-plus pages for some time. But there was one thing noticeably left out: a last-ditch compromise amendment on health care sponsored by Republican…

Nevada Supreme Court faces budget shortfall

by Noel King Apr 3, 2015
The Nevada Supreme Court's budget is linked to the number of traffic tickets.
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Some political offices come with a rent bill

by Katie Orr Mar 23, 2015
California's Lt. Governor rents a desk at a co-working space in San Francisco.

Lame duck Congress still has plenty to do

by Nova Safo Nov 5, 2014
The government must pass a spending bill by mid-December.

Forget high stakes testing, what about high stakes attendance?

by Dan Weissmann Oct 1, 2013
Schools in about a dozen states do their annual census of students. At stake is government funding.