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Tribune Staff WriterINDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana House of Representatives is making up for lost time after being stalled for five weeks by the Democrats’ walkout. The Republican-ruled House wrapped up its third straight late night Wednesday, passing a state budget...
SOUTH BEND — The St. Joseph County Parks Department is trying to keep hundreds of thousands of dollars in budget cuts from hurting its programs and activities this year. Director Evie Kirkwood said lower-than-expected property tax revenue means she...
Tribune Staff WriterINDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana General Assembly began the process Monday of moving on with the legislative session, despite the continued absence of Democrats in the House of Representatives. The Senate Appropriations Committee listened to testimony on the...
Tags: Laws, Scott Pelath, Michigan, Michigan City, Elections
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana Senate committee is set to start public hearings on a new state budget, reviving a process that has been stalled by the month-long boycott by House Democrats. The Senate Appropriations Committee has scheduled the...
Tags: Democratic Party, Indiana, Politics, Elections, Luke Kenley
EDWARDSBURG — Ontwa Township-Edwardsburg police officers are taking a 10 percent cut in wages in an effort to save their jobs. The cut means they are forgoing a 2 percent pay increase for the fiscal year set to begin April 1. The reduction in...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan budget director John Nixon doesn't have a Twitter account, but like Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, he's attracted a tweeter pretending to be him. The FakeJohnNixon Twitter account started up last week and already has...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The governor of Wisconsin has signed it. So have most of the Republicans in California's Legislature. To many conservatives, Grover Norquist's no-taxes pledge has become a badge of honor. To others, it's a shield that...
Tags: Laws, Elections, Human Interest, Government Debt, Washington, DC
The nation's largest mental health advocacy group says cash-strapped states trying to balance their books have stripped a cumulative $1.8 billion from mental health services over the last 2½ years. The National Alliance on Metal Illness says the cuts...
The state department responsible for overseeing local government budgeting has rejected parts of the 2011 St. Joseph County budget, citing insufficient projected revenue. According to county Auditor Pete Mullen, the Department of Local Government...
SOUTH BEND – The Department of Local Government Finance has certified St. Joseph County’s 2011 budget order, paving the way for on-time property tax bills for the second year in a row. According to a news release, the budget certification...
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says the budget he plans to send to Capitol Hill next month will trim spending with a scalpel, not a chain saw, and that it will save about $400 billion. In an interview Thursday on YouTube, Obama also gave...
Tags: White House, Barack Obama, Politics, Elections, Washington, DC
WASHINGTON (AP) — Far from slowing, the government's deficit spending will surge to a record $1.5 trillion flood of red ink this year, congressional budget experts estimated Wednesday, blaming the slow economic recovery and last month's tax-cut law....
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