State revenue is down by $53 million from projections for the first four months of the fiscal year, but two local projects which are relying on more state funding should be able to move forward as planned.
Republicans are ready to whip a year-end tax-cut compromise through the House as Congress prepares to finish 2015 in a flurry of accomplishment that belies the partisan collisions sure to dominate the coming election year.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith headlined a group that spoke Tuesday to the Columbus Rotary Club at Lion Hills about the planned Riverwalk extension to Columbus Air Force Base.
The pathway to completion for a 14-mile Riverwalk extension has become a little bumpier and a little less sure.
When the Legislature appropriated less than 10 percent of the funding requested for $25 million to extend The Columbus Riverwalk 14 miles to Columbus Air Force Base, it introduced even more questions to an already ambiguous undertaking.
The Riverwalk extension will likely get another extension.
A bill to extend a multi-use path from Riverside Park to Columbus Air Force Base is headed to the Mississippi Senate.
Plans are in the works for the construction of a 14-mile pathway that will connect Riverside Park to Columbus Air Force Base.
House Republicans are united as ever in their election-year opposition to “Obamacare,” but they’re increasingly divided over their promise to vote this year on an alternative to it.
Oregon, once expected to be a national leader in the federal health care overhaul, on Thursday moved to become the first state to dump its troubled online health exchange and use the federal marketplace instead.