Beloved by industry, lock-em-up law-and-order types and security contractors, the legislation died its third death for lack of a hearing.
Archives for February 5, 2019
$80 million separates the House and Senate versions of the supplemental budget, with much of the divide coming from education spending.
Representatives pass bill requiring solons, statewide elected officials, to reveal amounts made from state contracts.
Opinionby A predictable bottleneck in the lawmaking process leads to a week of late nights and frantic activity.
Opinionby Friday’s gut-wrenching discussion of capital punishment, and the resulting decision to advance a bill that would abolish it, deserve our admiration and appreciation.