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  • Gardiner push for disability education options clears Senate

    Gardiner push for disability education options clears Senate
    TALLAHASSEE – New funding, service and education options for disabled students and their parents took a major step forward Wednesday as the Senate passed a batch of bills to expand scholarships and offer higher learning programs. The bills all...
  • Missouri prescription drug database earns initial approval

    Missouri senators moved one step closer to enacting a tracking database for prescription drugs on Monday, despite years of failure amid privacy concerns. The legislation would create a program that monitors when prescriptions for drugs considered...
  • Koch brothers group attacks Gardiner, Senate over Medicaid expansion

    Koch brothers group attacks Gardiner, Senate over Medicaid expansion
    TALLAHASSEE – Americans for Prosperity, the free-market advocacy group financed by the billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch, is going on the attack. The group sent mail ads Monday to the districts of Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-...
  • Solar Pilots, Fixed Fees And Pipelines: 8 Bills That Left The Energy Committee

    Solar Pilots, Fixed Fees And Pipelines: 8 Bills That Left The Energy Committee
    HARTFORD — The energy and technology committee on Tuesday approved a pack of new legislation aimed at addressing problems with electricity prices and growing clean energy, especially solar, in the state. Of the dozens of proposals raised for...
  • Prescription drug database bills add security protections

    Missouri lawmakers have tried and failed for more than a decade to join the rest of the country in creating a prescription drug monitoring program. All the while, state Rep. Holly Rehder watched her daughter's addiction to painkillers deepen. "This is...
  • Lawmakers announce renewed push for Medi-Cal funding

    Lawmakers announce renewed push for Medi-Cal funding
    California lawmakers and advocates are gearing up for a new chapter in the battle over the state's healthcare program for the poor. They announced new legislation on Wednesday that would pump more money into Medi-Cal, which has expanded to cover more...
  • Will budget battle pit affordable housing against environment?

    Will budget battle pit affordable housing against environment?
    TALLAHASSEE - Affordable housing programs could wind up being pitted against conservation projects in a budget fight at the Capitol, though interests groups from both sides insist there’s plenty of money to go around. The Trust for Public Land,...
  • CLC baseball teams reloading, not rebuilding

    CLC baseball teams reloading, not rebuilding
    College of Lake County's 2014 baseball season was a 90 percent success story. The only negatives were a season-opening 2-7 spring trip to Florida and squandering a 5-1 lead in the ninth inning and losing to Blackhawk in the championship game of a...
  • Justin Pacchioli, Mike Garzillo lead Lehigh baseball team loaded with local talent

    Each fall, the Lehigh baseball program runs a pro day to give players a chance to display their skills in front of major-league scouts. Mountain Hawks coach Sean Leary has heard more follow-up requests from scouts this school year than at any time since...
  • Miracle On Ice: What You May Or May Not Remember

    Miracle On Ice: What You May Or May Not Remember
    On Feb. 22, 1980, the United States stunned the Soviets 4-3 to reach the gold medal game of the Winter Olympics, which they also won. It is 35 years since that "Miracle On Ice" in Lake Placid, N.Y. On Saturday night members of the team came back for a...
  • Tony Stewart implodes during Sprint Unlimited practice

    Tony Stewart implodes during Sprint Unlimited practice
    DAYTONA BEACH — Speculation about a mellow Tony Stewart resurfacing this season has been greatly exaggerated. Stewart lived up to his nickname — "Smoke" — when he threw a temper-tantrum after he was black-flagged by NASCAR for...