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Compromise could clear the way for CPS reforms (access required)

A compromise between House and Senate lawmakers could allow time-sensitive reforms to Child Protective Services to clear the Legislature this session, but other CPS-related measures may still face the governor’s veto stamp.

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Committee of one: Lawmakers lack interest to meet on state income tax credits (access required)

The Joint Legislative Income Tax Credit Review Committee, which was created in 2002 and determines if tax credits are effective, need to be changed, or should be repealed, hasn’t met since 2015.