Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Trump proposes clawing back $15 billion in federal spending, hits children's insurance President Trump proposes canceling billions in federal spending, relying on a rarely used budget maneuver to ease deficit concerns raised by conservative Republicans. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 17 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs John Fritze and Herb Jackson, USA TODAY Published 7:35 p.m. ET May 7, 2018 | Updated 9:41 p.m. ET May 7, 2018 CLOSE President Donald Trump spoke at the NRA's annual convention in Dallas Friday, telling supporters the Second Amendment will "never be under siege" as long as he is president. (May 4) AP CONNECT TWEET … [Read more...] about Trump proposes clawing back $15 billion in federal spending, hits children’s insurance
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Is an annual travel insurance policy right for you? Most annual travel insurance policies come with significant restrictions and limitations, and can be difficult to find. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Christopher Elliott, Special to USA TODAY Published 6:00 p.m. ET April 1, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Tips and tricks all travelers should know Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. How to book a hotel the smart way: 1. Start with a thorough search. Check an online travel agency like Expedia or Booking.com or call your travel agent. Check the … [Read more...] about Is an annual travel insurance policy right for you?
Driving the Day Good Thursday morning. FRONT PAGES THAT TRUMP WILL LIKE … NYT,banner headline: “G.O.P. EXULTS AS CONGRESS DELIVERS TAX BILL …Gamble by Trump on Expansion Defies Odds … Savoring a Major Win in a Year of Setbacks” http://nyti.ms/2kVZBPs … WAPO, banner: “Sweeping tax overhaul clears Congress” http://bit.ly/2BaWkCT THE NEXT PROBLEM … GOV’T FUNDING … BREAKING OVERNIGHT -- RACHAEL BADE and JOHN BRESNAHAN: “Speaker Paul Ryan and his top lieutenants plan to bring a short-term government funding bill to the House floor on Thursday despite internal resistance — in the hopes of averting a shutdown and then leaving town for the holidays.Story Continued Below “GOP leaders are betting that their conference doesn’t want to trample on their tax victory by shuttering federal agencies. They plan to call up the bill, along with a separate $81 billion disaster package for hurricane relief. If the … [Read more...] about ONTO THE NEXT ONE: Tax passed, government funding up next — A BRUTAL Q1 in 2018 — House GOP launches probe into DOJ, FBI — PANIC over children’s health insurance program — B’DAY: Steven Mnuchin
INDIANAPOLIS — Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties would be required to spend more of their budgets on mental health services under a measure headed to Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb.House Enrolled Act 1141, which won final legislative approval Tuesday, changes how the maximum county payment to community mental health centers is calculated, and removes conditions that currently allow counties to contribute less than the maximum.If signed into law, Lake County would pay approximately $175,000 more each year and Porter County about $150,000, according to the nonpartisan Legislative Services Agency.LaPorte County only would owe about $15,000 more because state data show it already nearly pays the maximum required appropriation.Community mental health centers operate in all 92 counties and largely are the front line in Indiana's battle against drug addiction.Holcomb has declared that combating the state's opioid abuse crisis is one of his top priorities as governor.The legislation passed … [Read more...] about Lawmakers approve plan requiring counties spend more on community mental health
INDIANAPOLIS — Quoth the Legislature: "Nevermore."The General Assembly on Tuesday advanced to the governor's desk a measure cleaning up Indiana's laws by replacing archaic language with more accurate terms familiar to modern Hoosiers.Specifically, House Enrolled Act 1031 substitutes other words for "herein, hereafter, hereinafter, therein, theretofore, hereunder, hereinunder, heretofore, hereinabove, and thereunder" wherever they appear throughout the Indiana Code.It also replaces the remaining instances where "his" is used to describe the duties of a state officeholder, now that five of the seven statewide elected officials are women.State Rep. Thomas Washburne, R-Inglefield, the sponsor of the proposal, said deleting the outdated language will keep the Indiana Code "very, very pleasant to deal with compared to many other states," for lawyers and citizens alike.The 169-page measure passed the House, 91-0, and the Senate, 48-0.Check out our Crossing the Line series here Crossing … [Read more...] about Say farewell to archaic words, male-only references in Indiana’s laws