But there appears to be a limited appetite for such a proposal among Republicans in Congress.
"I don't think we've come together around one particular legislative proposal," according to Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado.
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New research highlights a lack of "systematic evaluation."
"I feel that a majority of the House would support this," said U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Colorado Democrat. Nearly 70 lawmakers have signed a letter in favor of the provision.
"Our attention has been on that baseline has not really been adequately funded, or appropriately dealt with," according to U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty of Connecticut. "That needs to be addressed."
Sen. Cory Gardner met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday to discuss his concerns.
Administration officials told the lawmakers to expect more details about the proposal around the time of the president's State of the Union address, Sen. John Barrasso said Wednesday.
Native American tribes are opposed to GOP legislation that would change the size and management of the Obama-era national monument, which President Trump has sought to shrink.
The figure from NOAA sets a new record.
The president proposed eliminating the economic development agency in his initial budget proposal. Tim Thomas, the prospective nominee to co-lead the ARC, spoke with Route Fifty on Friday.
The move by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions stirs uncertainty for states that have legalized cannabis sales and production.
"It is crass, it is ugly, it is divisive, it is partisan legislating, it is an economic civil war," Cuomo said of the tax rewrite.
State and local groups start 2018 awaiting the White House’s long-promised public works package.
Is the Tax Fight Over the SALT Deduction a Sign of Waning State and Local Influence on Capitol Hill?
“Do we have the clout we once had?" said the executive director of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. "That’s a very difficult question."
An earlier House-approved version of the legislation would have exposed some public pension investments to federal taxation.
Here's a rundown of some of the major provisions that have implications for state and local governments.
Property, income and sales taxes would be covered under the emerging plan, which would differ sharply from current law.
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