Source: Arizona Republic | Arizona |
April 1, 2013
Legislation to protect the mentally ill and the public, including a bill — unofficially called Gabby’s Law — to better identify and respond to people in crisis, could be in trouble as state lawmakers enter final deliberations on non-budget-related bills.
Source: Washington Post | District of Columbia |
April 1, 2013
Now a group of city administrative law judges is seeking to organize for the first time, and the months-long effort has generated frustration among union advocates who think Mayor Vincent C. Gray has failed to match his pro-labor rhetoric with action.
Ahead of President Barack Obama's visit to the Port of Miami, Florida Gov. Rick Scott criticized him and the federal government for not paying their share of port improvement projects costs in the state.
Emboldened by a private primary poll commissioned by EMILY’s List, Schwartz has hired Obama campaign veteran Reesa Kossoff as communications director for her political operation and plans to open a state-level campaign account early next month.
A legal fight against the state's new emergency manager law is expected to kick off today -- the same day the law takes effect -- with protesters descending on Detroit as a Federal lawsuit challenging it's constitutionality is being filed.
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