News that Virginia may end the fiscal year with at least a $100 million budget surplus has prompted mixed reactions from Republican lawmakers.
Maryland officials have commissioned a study to find out just how much tax revenue the state is losing to Internet sales and how to recapture the money.
A deal struck in 2004 to set aside funding for the Nationals ballpark neighborhood -- in order to get the needed votes to build the stadium -- is in jeopardy, and D.C. activists aren't too thrilled.
Budget cuts are finally coming to schools in Montgomery County, and school employees aren't likely to be thrilled about the changes.
After the policy riders in the budget deal agreed to by members of Congress last week, local Medicaid money can no longer be used to pay for abortion care in the District of Columbia.
But advocacy groups in D.C. weren't expecting it to cut off as soon as it did.
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