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  • City school board votes to fully fund gifted programs

    City school board votes to fully fund gifted programs
    The Baltimore school board voted Tuesday to fully fund programs for gifted students, which were originally slated for cuts next year, and to tap its rainy-day fund to avoid layoffs and cuts to central office operations. The board voted 7-2 to adopt...
  • McAuliffe fired up over Medicaid

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe did his routine "Ask the Governor" interview this morning on WTOP/103.5 FM in D.C. Medicaid expansion and the state budget, of course, dominated much of the discussion. No big news to report, though McAuliffe did offer a 1-year...
  • Best and brightest [Editorial]

    In Minnesota Public Radio host Garrison Keillor's mythical town of Lake Woebegone, "all the men are strong, all the women are good-looking, and all the children are above average." Notwithstanding the statistical improbability of that latter claim, it'...
  • California Assembly Passes Expansion of Film and TV Tax Credit

    An expansion of California's film and TV tax credit overwhelming passed the state Assembly on Wednesday, legislation that would for the first time allow big-budget features and most one-hour TV shows eligible for incentives. But the legislation, AB1839,...
  • Outsider could end 100-year tradition by becoming L.A. County sheriff

    The last time an outsider was elected Los Angeles County sheriff, posses tracked bandits into the hills of Glendora, Charlie Chaplin had just hit movie screens and Angelenos were watching anxiously as World War I began in Europe. Since the election of...
  • Glendale City Council approves early exits as part of retirement incentive plan

    As salaries and benefits continue to dampen Glendale’s fiscal health, the City Council gave final approval for a voluntary buyout program aimed to trim down staff at City Hall. Employees eligible for retirement along with younger workers can...
  • Did the House bluff moderate Senate Republicans?

    A few questions remain about just what happened last night as the Virginia General Assembly tinkered with some Medicaid language in its budget. Republicans who don't want to see Medicaid expand came into the day as the obvious winners. Then they doubled...
  • What time is it? It's due time for Rauner's tax, budget and pension plans

     
    Wednesday's print column, including earlier reader comments on this topic "We will be coming out with our plan in due time," Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Raunerassured a group of pesky reporters who peppered him with questions after his...
  • How to think about a budget

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I am trying to put a budget together and need some guidance on how much I should budget for food each month. I am single, so this money is often used as entertainment, and therefore I am currently spending way too...
  • Medicaid expansion bill emerges

    Medicaid expansion bill emerges
    You'll find the latest draft of state Sen. Emmett Hanger's Medicaid expansion proposal here (pdf). The bill is largely what Hanger, R-Mount Solon, proposed late last month, though perhaps a more careful read will show differences that aren't immediately...
  • California bullet train deal: Hundreds of millions of dollars

    California bullet train deal: Hundreds of millions of dollars
    California's controversial bullet train would receive hundreds of millions of dollars in the coming year under a budget deal reached by Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers Thursday, a critical step toward beginning construction as the project continues to face...