By Tim Walker
A bill that would grant $800,000 in the upcoming biennium to help veterans and active and retired military service members get into building and construction apprenticeship programs was approved by the House Labor Committee Wednesday.
By Rob Hubbard
So what happens if we don’t do anything? That was among the quandaries considered by the House Taxes Committee on Wednesday, its second day of hearings about the state changing its tax laws to conform to the 2017 federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
By Rachel Kats
Children’s mental and behavioral health services are needed more now than possibly ever, according to several testifiers at a joint meeting Tuesday of the House Education Policy Committee and House Education Finance Division.