In the last days of the legislative session in late May, lawmakers quickly and quietly transferred a tax revenue worth nearly $31 million a year from the state’s education budget to the General Fund budget to fill a "hole" created by other financial commitments.
Don’t worry, I won’t offer any horse race prognostications. It’s far too early for that. What I will offer is some advice for those following what will surely be an interesting race: be careful about buying into conventional wisdom.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Monday targeting Iran's supreme leader and his associates with financial sanctions, the latest action the U.S. has taken to discourage Tehran from developing nuclear weapons and supporting militant groups.
In this week's episode of "In the Weeds," we talk to Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh. He certainly had an interesting legislative session, both as the leader of the Senate and personally.
Balancing the the budgets; PEEHIP v. AEA; Trump meets the press; Matthew Stokes on Roy Moore.
President Donald Trump sat down with NBC's Chuck Todd for a 35 minute interview on "Meet the Press" Sunday.
A court hearing Monday could decide how and when teachers and other education workers receive refunds from the state's retirement systems.