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  • Headlines: South Dakota

    SD budget committee rejects school aid plan

    The San Francisco Chronicle | by Chet Brokaw | February 14, 2014

    The House Appropriations Committee voted 5-4 to kill the funding proposal after a state budget official said it could be difficult to find money to pay for the extra school aid.

  • Headlines: New Mexico

    House sends state budget bill back to committee

    SFGate.com | by Barry Massey | February 13, 2014

    A $6 billion budget proposal was sent back to a New Mexico House committee Wednesday for possible revisions to try to break a stalemate over education spending.

  • Headlines: Rhode Island

    Federal mediators again call news conference on potential pension settlement

    The Providence Journal | by Katherine Gregg | February 13, 2014

    After a false start earlier this week, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service has announced that it will hold a news conference at 4:15 p.m. Friday "to report on the ongoing court-ordered mediation to resolve pension litigation."

  • Headlines: Oregon

    Officials explain $1B budget hole

    The Statesman Journal | by Anna Staver | February 13, 2014

    Republicans worry the looming budget gap for health programs like Medicaid could mean cutting services and/or raising taxes in the 2015-17 budget, while Democrats think the hole could be closed without needing either.

  • Headlines: Florida

    FRS bill emerges in Senate

    The Tallahassee Democrat | by Travis Pillow and Jeff Burlew | February 13, 2014

    Cash-balance plan would protect against losses, at-risk employees have pension option in hybrid approach.

  • Headlines: Idaho

    Federal dollars account for 36 percent of state's budget

    The Idaho Reporter | by Dustin Hurst | February 12, 2014

    But while the Legislature might use one hand to push back against Uncle Sam, the other is wide open, searching for any type of cash handout it can get.

  • Headlines: Oregon

    Oregon state budget outlook: Jobs make up for drop in fees, corporate taxes

    The Oregonian | by Christian Gaston | February 12, 2014

    Oregon State Economist Mark McMullen gave a status quo report, with revenue from taxes and the lottery coming in slightly below expectations but job growth making up the difference.

  • Headlines: California

    California state worker pay database updated with 2013 figures

    Sacramento Bee | by Jon Ortiz | February 12, 2014

    The Sacramento Bee’s California state salary database has been revamped and updated with calendar 2013 payroll numbers. 

  • Headlines: Georgia

    Key panel approves $20.8 billion budget with more for education, local projects

    The Atlanta Journal Constitution | by James Salzer | February 11, 2014

    A key House committee Tuesday approved a state budget for the upcoming year that puts more into local schools and construction projects and sends a message to the agency that provides health care to 650,000 teachers, state employees, retirees and their dependents.

  • Headlines: Pennsylvania

    Dems, Pa. budget chief wrangle over payments to state pension system

    Newsworks.org | by Mary Wilson | February 11, 2014

    The state should make good on its rising scheduled payments into the retirement systems, several have said. Anything less would be "kicking the can down the road."


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