Early this week, the outset of the crisis that for many already feels like a lifetime ago, efforts at normalcy continued at this music lesson.
Downtowns and the state’s cornerstone are under the gun from a pandemic response that necessitates curtailing economic activity. Economists predict prolonged impacts.
New laws will affect energy companies, utilities, a proposed massive land purchase and the state’s education system.
The $162 million capital construction bill died for lack of compromise between House and Senate negotiators over a UW swimming pool.
The governor has a team of informal advisors — at least three of them oil-and-gas-industry heavies — helping shape a massive land and mineral purchase from Occidental