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President Donald Trump’s take-no-hostages approach to the budget — manifest in his opposition to raising spending caps most lawmakers consider too tight — threatens to make the appropriations proce
The Iowa House and Senate held its annual memorial service for legislators who passed away in the last year. Among those remembered was my longtime friend and mentor, former state Senate president
President Trump has now reversed his own budget team on two high-profile cuts, leaving budget experts scratching their heads over the disconnect between the chief executive and the blueprint he sig
As the candidates compete to spend taxpayers’ money, watchdogs said it’ll be important for voters to judge how realistic are the offsetting spending cuts or, more frequently, tax increases.
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, will open a timely panel on the nation’s health care system April 5 at the Warren B.
The federal government posted its biggest monthly budget deficit ever in February as a sharp decline in corporate revenue coincided with increased spending, the Treasury Department announced Friday
For seven decades, New Hampshire voters have taken very seriously their role in vetting presidential candidates. Every candidate must crisscross the state – the first in the nation to hold a primar
In today’s political climate in Washington, D.C., with tax cuts prioritized on one side of the aisle and more government spending on the other, a reasoned and logical discussion about the national