The Legislative Analyst’s Office has released their 2016-17 budget outlook. The LAO does something very interesting this year, which is to project different scenarios and discuss how the state might whether an economic downturn, based on current spending or increased spending on programs.
Yoanna’s Blog Post #2:
Trauma Systems and Regionalization of Emergency Care Reauthorization (H.R.648), this bill was introduced on February 2, 2015 by Michael Burgess. On March 16th it was reported to the Committee and in the same day it passed the House. Trauma Systems and Regionalization of Emergency Care … Continue reading
Republican debate – broadcast on CNBC
Time – Main segment: 8 p.m. ET. Secondary: 6 p.m.
Location – University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
Moderators – Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick, John Harwood
Who’s in – Main segment: All candidates averaging at least 2.5 percent in CNBC-recognized national polls between September … Continue reading
As gun reform laws are becoming more salient after the recent school shootings in Oregon and Arizona, politicians are experiencing a political division about the best way to combat these types of tragedies from happening so frequently. In response, Jerry Brown signed legislation this month banning concealed weapons on school campuses. However, many other states feel that the […] Continue reading
Senate Bill (SB 932) was introduced in March 19th 2015 and in July 7th the president sign and it became a law. SB 932 can Favor Undocumented Students, this bill it helps undocumented students in Oregon to be able pay for tuition in community college. The number … Continue reading