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NC Legislative Update: March 2017

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

This Week - Gov. Cooper (D) unveiled his $23.5 Billion budget proposal on Wednesday, a roughly $1 Billion or 5.1% increase over the 2016-17 budget. State Budget Director Charlie Perusse gave the Governor’s Recommended...more

North Carolina Legislative Newsletter

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

Budget - On Wednesday, June 8, the House voted not to concur with the Senate budget, as expected. Both chambers appointed conferees (44 House members and 21 Senate members) to begin resolving differences and work out a...more

Session Closing Chaos: Special Session in the Wings

In the waning hours of the 2016 legislative session, lawmakers wrapped up a supplemental budget and a tax bill, but failed to pass a comprehensive transportation package, a bonding bill, and a plan for implementing federal...more

Miles Apart

Supplemental Budget Bills - Divergent legislative priorities are reflected in the House and Senate budget bills. With respect to the projected $900 million surplus in the General Fund, House Republicans allocate the full...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

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. Maine State Legislature Considers Supplemental Budget - The Maine State Legislature held late...more

Governor Deal gives State of the State Address

by Dentons on

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

Health Law Wire: $1.2 Billion CRFP Grant Deadline Now May 6, 2015 – Applications To Be Re-Submitted Under New Standards (4/15)

In the recently enacted 2015-2016 State Budget, the “Capital Restructuring Financing Program” (CFRP), which provides up to $1.2 billion in capital funding to support DSRIP project goals, was significantly amended to require...more

News from Second and State

It was a busy one this week, with the Senate wrapping up their budget hearings and the House back for a full-blown voting session. Next week should be a calm one, though, with no session scheduled for either chamber....more

Week in Review - January 2015 #2

Transportation - On Monday, Governor Dayton presented his 2015 Transportation proposal. His proposal would bridge the $6 billion State highway transportation funding gap over the next 10 years by raising new dedicated...more

CTC Meeting Brings Good News for Transportation Projects Around the State

by Nossaman LLP on

As reported in Caltrans District 11's press release, there is much good news coming out of California Transportation Commission's meeting last week. First, thanks to a new state budget that increased transportation funding...more

PA Governor Proposes Corporate Tax Cuts & Fuel Tax Increases

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has proposed significant corporate tax cuts and fuel tax increases as part of his proposed 2013-14 budget, presented on February 5th. The General Fund budget would be increased by 2.4%, to...more

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