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  1. Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) comes from what he says is “probably the reddest state in the union,” but there is one area where he diverges from President Donald Trump’s White House: funding for PBS ...

  2. Virginia legislators are seeking to mitigate the personal and economic consequences of their constituents' student loan debt by creating a state-level ombudsman to troubleshoot problems and ...

  3. USAID Administrator and former Ambassador Mark Green, a fine choice by the president to lead U.S. development efforts, reiterated at a House Appropriations Subcommittee ...

  4. Klint Kesto, R-Commerce Twp., and House Appropriations Subcommittee on Higher Education Chair Rep. Kim LaSata, R-Bainbridge Twp., are leading the inquiry as the university ...

  5. United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement has granted a one-year stay to a Mexican-born father of a five-year-old American citizen battling leukemia after the agency first ordered him ...

  6. Amid an emergency monthlong shutdown of Baltimore's Metro system, Maryland Transit Administration officials said Friday that a second closure to repair worn tracks is expected in August. MTA ...

  7. SCHOOL AID: A House Appropriations subcommittee approved an amendment to legislation that would make $11.2 million available to school districts for transportation costs ...

  8. The parents of a Vermont man who fell into the Inner Harbor and died this month came to Baltimore on Wednesday to implore city officials to install protective rails and more lights around the ...

  9. Shaw reviews legislative work

    The Valdosta Daily Times22 hours ago

    The House kicked off the fifth week of the 2018 legislative session on Monday, Feb. 5, and have only a few weeks left until “Cross Over Day.”

  10. The Michigan Senate is developing a budget that would require public universities to prove they are meeting sexual assault prevention standards or risk state funding, the chairwoman of the powerful ...

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