by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 25, 2015
The Senate advanced a spending bill that cuts The U.S. Department of Education by $1.7 billion but the House appropriations bill cuts much deeper.
by Alice Ollstein Posted on June 17, 2015
"There is no middle ground when they’re trying to destroy this institution," said UW-Green Bay graduate Paul Ahrens.
by Josh Israel Posted on May 14, 2015
Ryan warned that Congress cannot "rush to judgment and try doubling the size of government programs" in response to what he believes was "human error."
by Alan Pyke Posted on April 9, 2015
Cutting your nose off to spite your face is one thing. Undermining your country's ability to enforce tax laws so that wealthy criminals can swindle billions per year with no consequence is another.
by Carl Gibson - Guest Contributor Posted on April 1, 2015
Faith leaders will gather Wednesday to protest the budget, invoking the Moral Mondays movement that has launched similar protests in the South.
by Alice Ollstein Posted on February 20, 2015
The multimillion dollar cut would hit a system already struggling with crumbling buildings, disappearing scholarships and declining enrollment.
by Alan Pyke Posted on February 3, 2015
Croatia's government is taking a radical and unprecedented step to combat the harmful economic effects of high consumer debt.
by Alan Pyke Posted on January 22, 2015
Gov. Sam Brownback's (R) proposal would save a few hundred million now and make Kansas' bills about $4 billion bigger down the line.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 10, 2014
The "cromnibus" has a cute name, but the details are devilish.
by Bryce Covert Posted on October 21, 2014
Sequestration may have faded from the headlines, but it's still very real for a variety of vital programs.