Lawmaker Wants To Return More Federal Revenue To State
CARSON CITY – Sen. David Parks, D-Las Vegas, said Tuesday that enough is enough. Nevada gets back only 65 cents from every $ 1 its residents send in income taxes to the federal government and he intends to try to change that. Parks announced during a Democrat
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Taking nothing for granted
High school graduation looms three months away, and with financial aid application deadlines recently past, students looking to receive federal assistance to obtain higher education are in limbo.
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Legislators give snapshot of dire cuts
“The only way we’ll ever be able to pay off the deficit is if we have people working,” Congressman John F. Tierney said, describing the harsh local effect of massive budget cuts in Washington.
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Council chief backs regional fund
WARRNAMBOOL City’s chief executive Bruce Anson is at odds with outspoken MP Barnaby Joyce over the federal government’s new $ 1.4 billion regional development fund.
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