Most governors have already delivered a State of the State address. Learn more about what they spoke about and hear about all the lighthearted moments as well.
Last week, a group of legislators urged Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap (D) to use a constitutional provision that would prompt the state Supreme Court to facilitate Governor Paul LePage’s (R) resignation on account of mental instability.
Water quality has been recently thrust into the national spotlight.
In an era of limited state budgets, using federal evidence-based determinations can solve regulatory needs.
Once again, the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s 111(d) rulemaking took front and center stage at the NARUC Winter Meetings.
What can we expect from incoming Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D), who will assume office effective Wednesday, February 18?
In individual states, network adequacy was a significant issue in 2014, and looks to be even more so in 2015.
After the November elections, 111(d) moved from the center of discussion at NARUC into being a part of a number of issues.
Twelve new Governors are preparing to take the reins in their respective states. These are some of the issues they plan to tackle.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s 111(d) proposed guidelines to reduce greenhouse gas emissions dominated the NARUC Summer Committee meetings.