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We welcome Afghans to settle permanently in Indiana

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said Wednesday he wants to help Afghan refugees coming to southern Indiana to resettle in the state and get jobs in Indiana. “I can’t tell you how many... Read more »

Texas House advances bill to restore money to pay salaries for 2,100 state workers after Gov. Greg Abbott vetoed Legislature funding

The Texas House on Wednesday gave the preliminary OK to legislation that will, among other things, restore funding for the salaries and benefits of the 2,100 staffers of the Legislative branch after... Read more »

Private donations for a Texas border wall have soared to $54 million. But it’s still unclear who’s giving.

Gov. Greg Abbott‘s efforts to raise private funds to build a wall along the Texas-Mexico border surged in August, from around $1 million at the beginning of the month to more than... Read more »

Rule change will result in millions more in federal dollars for New Jersey hospitals

A recent federal government rule change will result in an additional $150 million for New Jersey hospitals. As part of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP), a Centers for Medicare and... Read more »

Pritzker optimistic about fewer mitigations as COVID numbers flatten

Gov. J.B. Pritzker is cautiously optimistic about the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations flattening out in Illinois. When asked about COVID-19 numbers at an unrelated event in Decatur on Tuesday, Pritzker... Read more »

Denver City Council approves $450M bond proposal for ballot

Denver City Council gave final approval Monday night for Mayor Michael Hancock’s $450 million bond proposal to appear on the ballot. The package includes more than 80 large infrastructure projects, including a new arena in the... Read more »