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City Council to Approve 2015 Budget Tuesday

The Yakima City Council will meet Tuesday and is expected to approve the total city budget of $208 million for 2015.

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House Passes Executive Action Rebuke, Daily Margin Program Still Available

  • The U.S. House has passed a bill to stop the President's power of executive actions on immigration, but the bill is viewed as largely symbolic.

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New Rules in Place Regarding Free Meals for Lawmakers

Washington lawmakers face new rules for meals that lobbyists pay for, starting in January.

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House Passes Tax Extender Bill, Groups Urge Congress to Keep Labeling Law

  • Following Wednesday night’s passage of a tax extenders in the U.S. House, the American Farm Bureau Federation urged Congress to pass the temporary legislation by the end of the year.

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City Council Finalizing 2015 Budget

The Yakima City Council has its priorities and they can be found in the 2015 city budget that is expected to be approved on December 9th.

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Additional Officers to be Assigned to Federal Task Force

Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi says two new officers requested in the 2015 Yakima city budget would be assigned to a federal task force created earlier this year to battle area gangs and drug traffickers.

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President to Veto Tax Extenders, Trans-Pacific Partnership Getting Ugly

  • President Obama would veto the current tax extenders bill that Congress is writing, because the bill does not include tax breaks for the middle class according to a report.

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Pasco Trying to Save Historic Mural

The city of Pasco is trying to remove and save a century-old mural recently uncovered in the basement of a demolished downtown Pasco building.

Ahmad Qayoumi, Pasco's public works director, says the city is evaluating placing the 8-by-9 foot mural in its new planned police station

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Tax Extenders Could be Brought up in 2015, Disaster Assistance Helps 2,500

  • In what’s becoming a Christmas tradition for Congress, no one has budged to help move expired tax breaks along.

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Conaway Ready to Work on Farm Bill, New Farm Research Website Up

  • Texas Republican Mike Conaway who was recently confirmed to be chairman of the House Agriculture Committee has said he’s ready to work on the next farm bill and Immigration reform.

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