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News from Second and State

We have a little bit of a budget update this week: a general appropriations bill, S.B. 1073 (Browne, R-Lehigh), is on the move. It was voted favorably from the Senate Appropriations committee and is set on the Senate calendar...more

NC Legislative Update: 2015 Session in Review

2015 Session in Review - The North Carolina General Assembly adjourned just after 4:00 in the morning on Wednesday September 30th, 2015. Barring the Governor calling legislators to return for a special session, the...more

News from Second and State

This was a busy week in the Commonwealth’s capitol city, and we’ve got news on a number of fronts. First, at long last, reports this week indicate that there is some movement to shake loose a 2015-2016 state spending plan....more

2016 Minnesota Legislative Session on Horizon

The 2016 Minnesota Legislature is convening later than usual next year on March 8, 2016. Before that date arrives, however, Minnesota Management and Budget will be issuing two economic forecasts and Governor Mark Dayton will...more

Abolition of Luxembourg IP Box Regime

On 14 October 2015, the Luxembourg Minister of Finance presented a bill to Parliament on the state budget for 2016. This bill contains several proposals affecting corporate taxpayers. One of the main proposals is the...more

News from Second and State

Starting with “A”: the much anticipated decision from the Supreme Court in the case of Arneson v. Wolf was delivered this week, with the court finding that Gov. Wolf did not have the authority to remove Erik Arneson from his...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

It was a short and sweet session week, since Monday was a national holiday and only the Senate met for voting session, and there’s little to report on the legislative front. The headliner this week was the Senate’s largely...more

North Carolina General Assembly Week in Review: Transportation Spotlight

Member announcements continued this week with three more legislators announcing they will not be seeking reelection. Rep. Paul Tine (U-Dare), Rep. Leo Daughtry (R-Johnston), Rep. Jacqueline Schaffer (R-Mecklenburg) announced...more

$175 Million in State Subsidy Made Available in Florida FY 2015-2016 Budget for Affordable Housing

Recently, the State of Florida passed the FY 2015-2016 budget which contained an appropriation of $175 million for the Sadowski Housing Trust Fund. This budget line item provides affordable housing developers with additional...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

Kyiv Tax Newsletter (Ukrainian) - October 2015

Amendments to the State Budget of Ukraine for 2015 - On September 17, 2015 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law on Amendments to the Law of Ukraine on State Budget for 2015 No. 704-VII. According to the...more

Kyiv Tax Newsletter - October 2015

Amendments to the State Budget of Ukraine for 2015 - On September 17, 2015 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law on Amendments to the Law of Ukraine on State Budget for 2015 No. 704-VII. According to the...more

News from Second and State

Having both the House and Senate in Harrisburg made for a busy week, and there’s news to report on a number of fronts. The headliner this week, once again, was the state budget. By the end of last week, the General Assembly...more

Business Incentive Changes in Recent North Carolina Legislation

The North Carolina General Assembly passed two significant pieces of legislation affecting corporate activity, expansion and new investment in North Carolina. First, the General Assembly passed the state budget...more

NC Legislative Update for September 2015 #3

This Week - After passing the State’s biennial budget into law last week, the legislature turned its focus towards adjournment. The Senate unveiled an adjournment resolution which would adjourn the session on Tuesday,...more

North Carolina General Assembly Week in Review

With the budget finalized and signed by the Governor last Friday, the General Assembly has turned its attention to adjournment. On Wednesday, the Senate Rules Chairman, Sen. Tom Apodaca (R-Henderson) introduced Senate Joint...more

News from Second and State

The biggest news out of the state legislature this week is final passage of a stopgap budget. Last week, the Senate passed S.B. 1000 (Browne, R-Lehigh), and on Thursday, it finally passed the House of Representatives. The...more

Is it the End of the Story for Redevelopment in California?

Long, long ago (in 2012 to be exact) in a land not so far away (also known as California), legislation which allowed local governments to establish redevelopment agencies tasked with eliminating blight through the...more

Manatt on Health Reform: Weekly Highlights - September 2015 #4

The Massachusetts Marketplace takes steps to ease consumer confusion by reducing choice among QHPs; North Carolina appears poised to pass Medicaid reform legislation; and bipartisan support is gaining for defining businesses...more

Third Time’s a Charm: Governor Bentley and Legislature Reach Budget/Tax Compromise

Summary - Governor Robert Bentley called a second special session of the Alabama Legislature on Tuesday, September 9 at 5 p.m. to address the FY 2016 General Fund budget and associated revenue measures. After meeting for...more

NC Politics in the News

CHARLOTTE BUSINESS JOURNAL: Incentives cap for N.C. urban areas removed from compromise bill - A compromise N.C. incentives bill exempts the state's urban areas from a cap on the value of incentives offered each year to...more

Recently Signed North Carolina Budget Includes Important Tax Changes

Nearly three months after the beginning of North Carolina’s fiscal year, on September 18 the state General Assembly finally adopted a budget for the next two years which was signed by Governor Pat McCrory on the same...more

North Carolina General Assembly Week in Review

The House went into session at 5 pm on Thursday, to start debate on the budget bill. The House debated the bill for 5 hours. In the end, 9 Democrats voted with 71 Republicans in favor of the budget, Rep. Gale Adcock (D-Wake),...more

News from Second and State

After nearly four months of impasse, the Pennsylvania Senate made efforts this week to enact a stopgap budget for the Commonwealth. With human service and educational agencies running lower and lower on funds, the proposal...more

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