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California School & Community College District Bond Legislation Update - September 2017

Good news on the legislative front for 2018 bond elections! First, the following bills have become two-year bills: Senate Bill 7 (Moorlach), which would require a school or community college district bond measure be...more

June Washington Update

This month’s Washington Update offers an extensive overview of the major legislation that has recently been introduced on Capitol Hill, as well as the big takeaways from this month’s congressional hearings related to energy...more

2017 Minnesota Legislature Adjourns But After Special Session

by Stinson Leonard Street on

Minnesota lawmakers used every last minute available to them to try and complete their work prior to the deadline for the 2017 legislative session, but it was not enough time. At 12:01 a.m. early last Tuesday morning,...more

Georgia Weekly Legislative Update - March 2017 #2

by Dentons on

The General Assembly listed through a brief period of calm last week, a resetting of sorts after the drama of Crossover Day. Most of the legislation that advanced, either in committee or on the floor, did so on broad...more

News from the Vermont State House - An analysis from DRM's Government & Public Affairs Team - March 2017

House Commerce Considers Independent Contractors, Again - Vermont's business community continues to plead with lawmakers to update the statute defining independent contractors, arguing that current law is costly and...more

News from Second and State

Weekly Wrap - This week’s headliner was, of course, Gov. Wolf’s third budget address. Wolf proposed a budget with a modest increase in spending for the 2017-2018 fiscal year, and focused on education, helping seniors,...more

Restorative Justice Bills Await Governor's Signature

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A set of bills, recently enrolled and awaiting the Governor's signature, will radically alter the landscape of student disciplinary action in Michigan. House Bills 5618, 5619, 5620, 5621, 5693, 5694 and 5695 (collectively,...more

2016 Year in Review

As 2016 draws to a close, so does the 2015-2016 legislative session. On November 30, the House of Representatives and the Senate adjourned sine die, and no bills will be introduced or considered until the new General Assembly...more

Education Legislation Summary 2016

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

2016 SESSION - CONNECTICUT GENERAL ASSEMBLY - In its 2016 regular and special sessions, the General Assembly made a number of changes in the statutes that affect public education in Connecticut. This summary...more

Worth Another Look: Amendments to the Public School Code

On July 11, S.B. 1073 (Browne, R-Lehigh) became law without the Governor’s signature. S.B. 1073 is the 2016-2017 General Appropriations (GA) Bill; it reads like a ledger and simply directs funds to different agencies and...more

What Businesses Should Know About the 2016 North Carolina Legislative Session

by Brooks Pierce on

The North Carolina General Assembly has completed its 2016 "short" session. A number of bills considered by Legislators will impact businesses of all types. Here are some highlights from this year's session....more

FY2017 Massachusetts Budget Update: The Conference Committee Budget

Just before the close of the fiscal year, the House and Senate reached an agreement on a $39.146 billion state budget for FY17. Due to a recently identified $750 million drop in projected state revenue, the budget, which was...more

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House. Governor Paul LePage Signs Executive Order to Pay for Bills Passed in Second Regular Session of...more

North Carolina Legislative Newsletter

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

Legislative Activity - Budget - The Senate and House are expected to reach a deal on the budget later today or over the weekend, with House and Senate votes on the budget conference report possible next week. ...more

New York 2016 Legislative Session Wrap Up

by Dentons on

The New York state legislature closed out its 2016 legislative session in the early morning hours on Saturday. Although the legislature came up short on a number of big-ticket items, such as comprehensive legislative ethics...more

Competing Budgets

Lengthy floor sessions ensued this week as House and Senate lawmakers took up supplemental budget bills in their respective chambers. The Republican House had three bills to debate over the course of the week. The DFL Senate...more

New York Legislative Session Update - Budget proposals and a Buffalo surprise

by Dentons on

Assembly budget proposal. The Assembly one-house budget was a veritable mixed-bag, with a range of provisions included fully in line with the governor's executive budget proposal, while including others that push back against...more

Worth Another Look: Schools that Teach

Standing by last year’s budget themes, Gov. Tom Wolf encouraged the state legislature today to fund “schools that teach.” Warning that failure to fully fund the state’s education system could result in teacher layoffs,...more

South Carolina Legislative Update

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

The South Carolina General Assembly had a very active second week of session, although much of the deliberation occurred primarily in the various subcommittees and committees. A few highlights are as follows...more

News from Second and State

With only the Senate in Harrisburg for session, this was a rather quiet week at the Capitol. Although we expected the Senate to pass the Fiscal Code bill, H.B. 1327 (Peifer-Pike) and send it to the Governor, the Bill remains...more

South Carolina Legislative Update

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

The South Carolina General Assembly reconvened for the second regular session of the 121st General Assembly last Tuesday. The Senate mourned the loss of Senator Billy O’Dell (R-Abbeville) who passed away unexpectedly the...more

Governor Deal gives State of the State Address

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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal sketched out his legislative agenda for the new year in a Wednesday speech before a joint session of the General Assembly, telling legislators that major education funding reform would not come...more

News from Second and State – Budget Update

It was all budget all the time this week, but it seems to have been to very little or no avail. Despite procedural maneuvers by the House Republicans intended to advance a budget package, the likes of which would require a...more

News from Second and State

As the Fall wears on with still no budget in place, some members decided this week to try a new approach to address the funding needs of schools and human services agencies. Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams) and Rep. Stephen Bloom...more

News from Second and State

As promised last week, on Wednesday the House of Representatives held a vote on a portion of Governor Wolf’s budget proposal. The proposal was not a General Appropriations or “revenue spending bill”; it was a legislative...more

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