State lawmakers managed to pass a dime per gallon increase in 2014 but getting a 3-cents hike next year will be far from automatic.
The governor restated his interest in carbon capture days before a coal company reportedly laid off nearly 600 workers. A leading Dem clashed with his position.
One thing’s for sure: E-cigarettes are big business, and growing, especially among kids. But what should we do about it?
As the reality of coal revenue’s irreversible retreat sets in, discussions of how to otherwise fund state government grow more prominent, somber and difficult.
Dems, rank-and-file lawmakers said programs for state’s vulnerable are casualties of budget war as senators called for rules change to amass more power