JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Community colleges have joined Missouri's four-year colleges and universities in agreeing to freeze tuition next school year if state officials promise to nick and not slash their budgets.
DENVER - At a time of budget cuts, Democratic Gov.
LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman signed into law $334 million in budget reductions on Friday, after lawmakers overwhelmingly approved the cuts during an emergency session in which there was little disagreement over how to close the largest budget gap in recent memory.
BOSTON - The top budget official in Massachusetts says the Legislature has taken a "risky" approach by adjourning for the remainder of the year without closing a projected $125 million state budget deficit.
PHOENIX - A Democratic legislative leader criticized Republican Gov.
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