Cutting income tax rates, as proposed by Blueprint Nebraska, isn't the right path forward for the state.
DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa. Gov. Kim Reynolds on Wednesday signed into law a tax bill that requires the state to take over funding of mental healt…
A supporter of Omaha protesters and a supporter of the Omaha police union take issue with a recent World-Herald editorial.
The juvenile youth center being built downtown has major flaws, and the project should be ended, a Pulse writer says.
It's irresponsible to rely on the honor system when we're so close to turning the corner on COVID, a Pulse writer says.
When fully implemented, LB 64 would provide about a $1,000 yearly tax break on the average Social Security benefit in Nebraska, which is about $18,400 a year.
Nebraska lawmakers should instead focus attention on residents in need.
An amendment to remove the corporate tax cut from Legislative Bill 432 fell two votes short. Still, first-round advancement of the bill stalled Monday night.
Gov. Ricketts’ rejection of President Biden’s invitation to house immigrant children is reprehensible, a Public Pulse writer says.
The bill would give rural school districts an extra $65 million in state aid — and up to $167 million more in future years — so they can cut property taxes.
One clause of the $1.9 trillion plan says states cannot "either directly or indirectly" use their federal dollars to cover a loss of state tax revenue caused by a tax cut.
Some increased spending, some tax-cut ideas are appropriate. Just don't overcommit the state. Past experience here and elsewhere provides a warning.
As Nebraska legislators worked to pass a “grand compromise” regarding property tax relief, business tax breaks and funding for a future Univer…
“Promises made, promises kept” has been one of President Trump’s frequent boasts in his campaign for a second term.
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov Kim Reynolds asked lawmakers Tuesday to consider increasing the state sales tax by 1 cent to fund increased spending on …
The surge reflected such factors as revenue lost from the 2017 tax cut and a budget deal that added billions in spending for military and domestic programs.
In Washington, there are divisions between liberal precepts and conservative doctrine, Trumpism and never-Trumpism, radicalism and moderation.…
IRS and U.S. Treasury officials anticipated that fewer people would receive refunds this year and the amounts would be lower, but the refund trends turned out to be similar to the prior year.
The debt binge is extraordinary by historic standards. In only two years has the government borrowed more money, in nominal terms: 2009 and 2010, when the country was grappling with the effects of the Great Recession.