The federal government is sending Georgia about $5.8 million in grant money to fund four railroad infrastructure projects throughout the state, including lines the state owns. The money is part of the Federal Railroad Administration’s
Ohio’s state House overwhelmingly voted to approve a resolution calling on the federal government to label all drug cartels as foreign terrorist organizations. The state House voted 95-1 in favor of House Concurrent Resolution 10.
Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday signed into law a $109.5 million, two-year budget for Ohio’s industrial commission. House Bill 79 sets a $54.6 million budget for the 2020 fiscal year, a 13.3 percent increase over
The state of Ohio could soon study whether to roll out new infrastructure to benefit the drivers of electric vehicles. House Bill 202 would create a 13-member Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Study Committee to explore issues
Tim Ryan heads into the first Democratic primary debate lagging in the polls and garnering less media attention than the leading candidates. In a field of 23 candidates often eager to tout their leftward shift,
Georgia lawmakers are looking into the possibility of allowing some non-violent felony offenders to vote. The “Senate Study Committee on Revising Voting Rights for Nonviolent Felony Offenders” will review the current law and how it