NO IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS AGAINST MARSHALL THIS SESSION, BUT EFFORT WILL CONTINUE: The N.C. House is unlikely to act on a request to investigate Secretary of State Elaine Marshall before this legislative session ends, the legislator who is pursuing potential impeachment proceedings against her said Thursday evening. But Rep. Chris Millis, a Republican from Hampstead, said his efforts will continue during the interim between legislative sessions, along with an independent probe that he has alluded to.
TRENTON) - Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen), who served as co-chair of the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation, which investigated the George Washington Bridge lane closures, today requested As...
State lawmakers have approved bills reauthorizing the Texas Medical Board and other agencies whose operations were jeopardized by similar measures stalling previously — the first pieces of legislation to clear … Click to Continue »
Alabama lawmakers have ended a session of turmoil that saw an impeachment threat to the state's then-governor and a bitter partisan battle over redistricting. House Speaker Mac McCutcheon said Friday … Click to Continue »
House Republicans have opened the door for the chamber to investigate North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall based on a lawmaker's allegations she issued notary public commissions to people … Click to Continue »