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  • Gov. McAuliffe's religion bill vetoes stand

    Gov. McAuliffe's religion bill vetoes stand
    RICHMOND - The General Assembly churned through its annual veto session Wednesday, thumbing its nose at Gov. Terry McAuliffe on a few issues but taking his suggestions for the most part and tweaking a long list of legislation. The still divisive issue...
  • Dan Haar: Malloy Implores Cities To 'Get Their Act Together'

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, standing in front of a bank of Rentschler Field upper-level windows overlooking Hartford and East Hartford, recounted his achievements to a roomful of local and regional economic development officials Wednesday — but added a...
  • Reader feedback April 24: I-64 widening, McAuliffe's first 100 days

    Interstate 64 widening project stirs skepticism On Tuesday, Jim Utterback, Virginia Department of Transportation Hampton Roads District director, and consultant project manager Steven Chapin briefed James City County supervisors on the state of the...
  • Lawmakers jockey over budget surpluses

    WASHINGTON Less than 24 hours after the University of Kentucky men's basketball team beat cross-state rival Louisville to advance to the Sweet 16, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray asked state lawmakers for $80 million to renovate Rupp Arena, the iconic building...
  • Another excuse to stall the Keystone XL decision

    Another excuse to stall the Keystone XL decision
    Last week the Obama administration jumped on a court ruling in Nebraska to delay a federal decision one more time on the Keystone XL pipeline. You could almost hear the president saying, thank you Cornhuskers! Or in this case, Cornhusker, singular. In...
  • Let Senate vote on tuition bill for Dreamers

    Let Senate vote on tuition bill for Dreamers
    Hope remains that Florida lawmakers may yet pass a bill that would let the children of illegal immigrants pay in-state college tuition rates, but what's happening now in Tallahassee is an ugly mess. To its credit, the Florida House has passed a bill...
  • Undecided voters dominate in new gubernatorial poll

    Undecided voters dominate in new gubernatorial poll
    “Undecided” continues to hold a commanding lead in both the Democratic and Republican primary races for governor, according to a new poll released Wednesday by St. Mary’s College of Maryland. The poll, an inaugural venture by the...
  • Gallaudet diversity official's discrimination lawsuit against school dismissed

    Gallaudet diversity official's discrimination lawsuit against school dismissed
    A federal judge in Washington has dismissed the high-profile discrimination lawsuit of a Gallaudet University official who claimed she was unfairly demoted for signing a petition to put Maryland's same-sex marriage law to referendum. U.S. District Judge...
  • The Jerusalem fiction that continues to endure

    In 2002, at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem, an American citizen named Naomi Zivotofsky gave birth to another American citizen, Menachem Zivotofsky. It is the strong belief of both Naomi and her husband, Menachem's father, Ari, that the...
  • Democratic governors challenge Connecticut campaign finance law

    (Reuters) - The U.S. Democratic Governors' Association on Wednesday sued the state of Connecticut, saying its laws on political spending are unconstitutionally broad and limit the ability of political groups to buy independent ads backing candidates. The...
  • Scott pushes to spend $39 million for more child-abuse investigators

    Gov. Rick Scott's plan to spend an additional $39 million on child-abuse investigators would mean some 145 more workers in Central Florida, allowing them to double-team on high-risk cases, officials announced Wednesday. Scott and leaders from the...