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With just more than two weeks to go before New York's budget is due, the state Senate and Assembly laid out their separate wish lists in recent days as they hurdle toward the March 31 deadline.
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Shyanne Roberts holds her Crickett single-shot 22, her first gun, which she received as a gift for her sixth birthday.
A legislative push to permit California's public universities to once again consider race and ethnicity in admissions appears to be on life support after an intense backlash from Asian-American parents who fear it will make it harder for their children to get into good schools.
Proposals to rewrite Common Core academic standards, increase reporting of private schools in the voucher program and limit regulations on sand mining in Wisconsin appear unlikely to pass as the Legislature nears the end of its session.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has disciplined the former Assembly presiding officer Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas for publicly opposing her attack on UKIP at the party's conference.
The city must first seek state approval before lowering citywide speed limits as part of a push to reduce pedestrian fatalities.
Speaker John A. Pérez, and Assemblywoman Toni Atkins discuss Atkins becoming the next speaker in the State Capitol building in Sacramento, Calif.
After months of intrigue and speculation, Democrats in January removed any drama around who would replace termed-out Assembly Speaker John A. Perez by unanimously backing Assemblywoman Toni Atkins, a San Diego Democrat and the current majority floor leader.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assembly Republican members Alison Littell McHose and Parker Space that would allow taxpayers to donate to veterans cemeteries recently passed the Assembly.
The new owners of a financially troubled State Street hotel are already getting a taste of Albany politics: A threatened boycott by at least three-dozen state lawmakers upset with the way the new owners have been treating the workers.
The Spuhn Island cell tower has a constant flashing red light at night and a white strobe during the day.
Agartala, March 10: The Opposition Congress today staged a noisy walkout from the Assembly to protest against the passing of the Tripura Municipal Bill, 2014, allegedly in a 'totally unconstitutional manner'.
Batavia officially became a city on January 1, 1915, after having been an incorporated village since 1823.
Beer Thirty Bottle Shop and Pour House has officially opened at 2504 S. Main St., tucked between the Fish Lady and Carpo's.